Suggestions on how to cope during COVID-19 from AARP.com Planning for the future makes us more optimistic. —Robert L. Trestman, M.D. Rate your personal reactions to COVID-19 — and use them to inspire change IF you feel panicked, plan something for the future, which increases optimism, says psychiatrist Robert L. Trestman of
Scam artists are using the pandemic to target older Americans’ money. Be smart. The government will never ask for your credit card number or ask for you to pay in gift cards. Check out trusted charity websites before donating. Check out cdc.gov for updates. For more information visit aarp.org/scams to learn about the latest coronavirus scams. Adapted
Each of us feels what we feel. Here are some tips for coping. (Read complete article HERE.) Part of the THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW SPECIAL REPORT A profound sadness has settled over our planet. Whether it’s the loss of visits with loved ones, the loss of steady work and
Tips and information to keep from getting scammed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your health, safety, and welfare in the face of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is our highest priority. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), older adults and people who have severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung, or kidney disease seem to be at higher risk for more serious COVID-19 illness.
March 3, 2020 Senators today capped off a year-long advocacy effort to reauthorize the federal Older Americans Act (OAA) by unanimously approving the bipartisan, bicameral bill, the Supporting Older Americans Act of 2020, H.R. 4334, to authorize funding for and operation of vital OAA programs through 2024! “n4a is thrilled that the