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Realtors Property Resource® Now Includes AARP Livability™ Index

Washington, D.C. – May 10, 2021 (nar.realtor) The National Association of Realtors® and AARP announced today the integration of the AARP Livability Index scores across the Realtors Property Resource® platform. The collaboration is designed to better assist and engage people of all ages in making age-friendly decisions and purchases for the home. “Understanding and better assisting older Americans in their real estate transactions has been a priority of NAR for some time, and our coll...
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'Gray divorce' - getting divorced later in life - is on the rise. Here's how an attorney says you should handle separation when you're older.

"Gray divorce," also known as "silver splitter" or "diamond divorce," refers to the increasing trend of late-in-life divorces. Kupicoo/Getty Images Nicole Sodoma is the founder of a family and separation law firm in Charlotte, North Carolina. She says 'gray divorce' may be caused by factors like longer life expectancy and financial independence. Older couples should consider division of retirement benefits and marital estates in the separation process. See more stories on Insider...
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Biden wants to spend $225 billion in his new plan to give you guaranteed sick and family time off work

President Joe Biden. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Biden's infrastructure plan includes $225 billion to create a paid medical and family leave program. It would eventually guarantee 12 weeks of paid leave and would provide workers up to $4,000 per month. House Democrat Richard Neal unveiled a similar plan on Tuesday to ensure paid leave for every American. See more stories on Insider's business page. In a measure that has been pushed for by Democratic lawmakers and organiz...
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When DIY personal finance isn’t working

The “do it yourself” movement is nothing new in our country. The American Dream is built on the concept of the self-made immigrant or homesteader making clothing, buildings, inventions or industries with limited resources. The only difference recently is that with YouTube, Pinterest and other platforms, instructions for everything from cutting hair to repairing a dryer to real estate investing are all readily available to everyone and appear to be NBD (“no big deal”). We feel intelligent and acc...
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AARP: Wise Friend and Fierce Defender


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AARP rolls out its first new ads in three years, targeting its youngest audience

The first spot from BBDO New York will premiere during Sunday’s 93rd annual Academy Awards.
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Senior Living: Biden seeks $400 billion to buttress long-term care. A look at what’s at stake.

There’s widespread agreement that it’s important to help older adults and people with disabilities remain independent as long as possible. But are we prepared to do what’s necessary, as a nation, to make this possible? That’s the challenge President Joe Biden has put forward with his bold proposal to spend $400 billion over eight years on home and community-based services, a major part of his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. It’s a “historic and profound” opportunity to build a stronger framewor...
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Biden's infrastructure plan earmarks $400 billion in home-based care for aging Americans - and it could shake up the lucrative home care industry

A German care worker dances with a senior citizen in 2011. Sean Gallup/Getty Images Biden's infrastructure plan allocates $400 billion for home care workers, signaling the White House's pro-union shift. If realized, his plan could cut into the lucrative home healthcare industry's bottom line. Biden's spotlight on caregiving reflects America's aging population, which is poised to remake the healthcare industry by 2030. See more stories on Insider's business page. In...
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SPOTTED: Post Birthday Cake Pebbles Cereal

Happy 50th Birthday, Cocoa and Fruity Pebbles! Although Wikipedia says you were both introduced on October 20, 1971. Since it’s April, you both don’t qualify for AARP memberships yet. (Spotted by Robbie at Sam’s Club.) The post SPOTTED: Post Birthday Cake Pebbles Cereal appeared first on The Impulsive Buy.
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Older women are less likely to get COVID-19 vaccines than older men

A woman has her temperature checked as she arrives at a FEMA COVID-19 vaccination site at the Northwest Community Center. Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images 59% of older women said they have gotten a COVID-19 vaccine, per a Kaiser Family Foundation poll. 70% of older men, meanwhile, reported getting at least one shot of the vaccine. The CDC found women reported experiencing worse symptoms after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. See more stories on Insider's business pa...
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Californians 50-64 Rush To Get Vaccine Before Expansion

LOS ANGELES (AP/CBS13) — Before California’s coronavirus vaccine program expands to all adults on April 15, there will be a two-week window when millions of people between the ages of 50 and 64 can get their shot. The rollout for this age group, who become eligible on Thursday, has prompted an uptick in appointment requests and has raised concerns about whether two weeks is enough to get to everybody when there is uncertainty about supply levels as well as lingering questions about accessibility...
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AARP Fetes George Clooney with Career Achievement Award

George Clooney is the definition of timeless, which is why it’s hard to believe the Hollywood superstar will be turning 60 in May. But before that, on March 28, Clooney will receive the AARP Movies for Grownups Career Achievement Award at a virtual ceremony to be broadcast on PBS. Clooney is an ideal fit for […]
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AARP Awards Hail George Clooney as a ‘Slam Dunk Argument Against Ageism’

When the 20th annual Movies for Grownups Awards air March 28 on PBS, the winners will include career achievement honoree George Clooney, who turns 60 this year and whom AARP exec Tim Appelo described as “a slam dunk argument against ageism.” Hoda Kotb will host the event on “Great Performances,” the fourth time that the […]
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How COVID-19 is affecting aging and retirement today and into the future

Dear readers, Now that we see some light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, it seems timely to step back and take a look at how the pandemic is affecting aging and retirement today and in the future. The subject was addressed in the article “How Covid-19 will change aging and retirement” in the Nov. 16, 2020 Wall Street Journal. Some of the following information and perspectives are from that article, plus my own professional and personal views. Life expectancy: Based on a USC-Princeton stu...
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Hawaii mops up after storms, only 11% of state vaccinated, 16 year olds get military vaccinations, Legislature welcomes federal bailout, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii lifeguards ©2021 All Hawaii News Some Hawaii Beaches May Lose Lifeguards As State Runs Short Of Cash. Beachgoers at five state beach parks in Hawaii could be swimming at their own risk more often this summer as the pandemic’s financial toll on the Division of State Parks has left the agency unable to cover the costs of lifeguards. Civil Beat.=====New Federal Relief Bill Will Help Hawaii. But It’s Still Not Enough For A Full Recovery. At the end of the day, vaccinations are what wil...
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Boomer Shoppers Head Online

Consumers over age 65 are now the fastest-growing category of e-commerce shoppers. Last week we told you retail sales did better than anyone expected in 2020 and are poised for even bigger growth this year. Fueled by skyrocketing online sales, online revenues are expected to grow between 18%-23%, reaching at least $1.14 trillion (topping a trillion dollars for the first time), according to the NRF (National Retail Federation). Over the past several years, online shopping (both for groceries and ...
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Senior Living: Reopening of long-term care facilities is ‘an absolute necessity for our well-being’

For nearly a year, nursing homes and assisted living centers have been mostly closed to visitors. Now, it’s time for them to open back up and relieve residents of crushing isolation, according to a growing chorus of long-term care experts, caregivers, consumer groups and physicians. They’re calling for federal health authorities to relax visitation restrictions in long-term care institutions, replacing guidance that’s been in place since September. And they want both federal and state authoritie...
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‘Billie Holiday’ Named Top Film by AARP; Aaron Sorkin Is a Double Winner

Hulu’s “The United States vs Billie Holiday” won the top prize and Aaron Sorkin (“The Trial of the Chicago 7”) was a double winner in AARP Magazine’s annual awards, while “This Is Us” and “The Queen’s Gambit” were saluted in AARP’s first TV honors. The winners: Picture/Movie for Grownups: “The United States vs. Billie Holiday” […]
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What to do if you lose your COVID-19 vaccine card

Covid-19 vaccine cards help you remember when to get your second shot. EJ Hersom, Department of Defense COVID-19 vaccine cards remind recipients when to get a second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine. The CDC recommends taking a photo of vaccine cards as a backup, but avoid posting them online. Go back to where you got inoculated if you misplace your paper card. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Millions of newly inoculated Americans are walking home with paper va...
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Jamie Lee Curtis Joins Eli Roth’s Borderlands Film Adaptation

Jamie Lee Curtis joins Eli Roth’s Borderlands film adaptation After already landing a two-time Oscar winner and Emmy nominee to its cast, Eli Roth’s in-development film adaptation of 2K Games’ Borderlands franchise is expanding its cast even further with the addition of two-time Golden Globe winner Jamie Lee Curtis (Knives Out) as iconic archeologist Tannis! RELATED: Borderlands: Kevin Hart Joins Eli Roth’s Video Game Adaptation if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { ...
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Regina King, ‘Chicago 7,’ ‘Da 5 Bloods’ Top AARP Movies for Grownups Nods

With six nominations each, “Da 5 Bloods” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7” led nominations for AARP The Magazine’s Movies for Grownups Awards, with Regina King recognized for both her acting (“Watchmen”) and directing (“One Night in Miami”). “Miami” and “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” also scored well, with five nominations each. The org this year […]
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Job Search: Age Discrimination or Convicted Felon?

This is a long post about working through, or around, job search discrimination. I’ve written quite a bit on this topic over the years. My friend Paul sent me this set of questions, which got me thinking about how hard it is for older (definitely over 50, but many over-40 job seekers feel it too) people to get into interviews, and then get an offer. Years ago I had a friend, Makini Harvey, who’s mission was to help convicted felons find jobs. Makini had a heart of gold, and I loved seeing her at...
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'When I tell people, they might laugh' – George Clooney and the men who sew

More ‘sew bros’ have taken up the fine art of stitching in the pandemic. What’s so appealing about this crafty pursuit?Good things are rarely described using the suffix ‘bro’ but the rise of the ‘sew bros’ could be an exception. That’s the name that’s been given to the growing number of men who are taking up the fine art of sewing, who can now add George Clooney to their numbers.The father of three-year-old twins, who came out as a self-haircutter in December, told AARP magazine: “I do a lot of ...
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Tony Bennett Duets with Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse & Other Musicians, Passing on the Great American Songbook

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZPAmDULCVrU I was possessed with a wonderful example of my Italian American family. They would come over and join us every Sunday, all my aunts and uncles and nephews and nieces, and I would sing for them. I was 10 years old, and I was just saying, “Who am I? What am I supposed to do?” And they told me that they love the way I sang. It created a passion in my life that exists to this moment as I speak to you, that is stronger now at 89 than in my whole lif...
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Legendary singer Tony Bennett has Alzheimer's

AARP has a remarkable profile of 94-year-old iconic crooner Tony Bennett's battle with Alzheimer's. Diagnosed four years ago, the Bennett family kept it a secret, choosing to reveal it now as the singer's new album with Lady Gaga approaches its release date. — Read the rest
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Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga Recorded New Album as He Battled Alzheimer’s

Along with the news that legendary singer Tony Bennett is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, the singer’s team revealed that he and Lady Gaga recorded a follow-up to their chart-topping 2014 album, “Cheek to Cheek,” even as Bennett battled the disease. The news, confirmed by a rep for Bennett, was revealed in the AARP magazine article […]
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Tony Bennett reveals battle with Alzheimer's disease: 'Life is a gift'

In an interview with AARP, Tony Bennett, 94, revealed he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2016. His wife Susan Crow opened up about its challenges.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Tony Bennett, 94, diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease

Diagnosis made in 2016 and revealed in new magazine article, as singer prepares new duets album with Lady GagaTony Bennett has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.The 94-year-old singer revealed his diagnosis, first made in 2016, in an article by John Colapinto for the US magazine AARP. He also wrote on Twitter: “Life is a gift – even with Alzheimer’s.” Continue reading...
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Tony Bennett Reveals Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease

Tony Bennett has revealed that he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, he announced via an extensive article with AARP magazine on Monday. “Life is a gift – even with Alzheimer’s.Thank you to [his wife] Susan and my family for their support, and AARP,” he wrote on Twitter. “The Magazine for telling my story.” Bennett, […]
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George Clooney goes from 'Sexiest Man Alive' to AARP cover star: 'I'm the old guy now?'

George Clooney talks aging gracefully, jokes about being 'Sexiest Man Still Alive' for the cover of AARP magazine.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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