Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: CarFit, “The Talk”
In addition to living a healthy life, being able to drive independently with confidence is also an important part of aging.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Facing Fraud
According to a fraud study released by AARP earlier this year, 70% of Asian American and Pacific Islander 50+ families reported being targeted for fraud. 40% of them reported being victims. Here's what to know and do to protect yourself.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: Social Isolation
Social isolation and loneliness are becoming severe social issues, especially for the elderly. It can affect the physical and mental health of elders, especially for Asian American and Pacific Islander immigrants who only understand one language.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: About AARP
Enhancing the quality of life for all as we age and empowering people to choose how they live as they age. AARP serves individuals who are 50+, providing them with resources and information to ensure hey age with happiness, health, and purpose.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: Medicare Open Enrollment
The Initial Enrollment Period for Medicare lasts for seven months: 3 months before your 65th birthday, the month of your birthday, and 3 months after your birthday.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: Health Care for Elders with Limited English
There are currently about five million elders with limited English proficiency in the United States, and there is a continuing trend of growth every year. Here's what to know and how to get support.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: Let Your Voice Be Heard, Vote!
AARP encourages you to actively participate in elections to ensure that your views are reflected in the political process. AARP seeks to arm you with what you need to know to make informed decisions.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: Age Discrimination
Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) prohibits employers from discriminating against individuals that are 40 years or older. Employers cannot discriminate against employees in hiring, firing, promotion, training, and benefit compensation.
Real Possibilities with Jay Stone Shih: Caring for Someone with Cancer
AARP encourages you to prepare yourself mentally in advance and to educate yourself, so that you can help your loved one with empathy. It is recommended for caregivers to actively communicate with the physician.
AAPI Hero Nominee Carrie Morita
AAPI Hero Award finalist Carrie Morita is a Volunteer at Little Tokyo Service Center in Los Angeles. Carrie asks: “How can we open up the worlds of our seniors to new possibilities?"
AAPI Hero Nominee David Ung
2018 AAPI Hero Award finalist David Ung is a Volunteer Dance Teacher at United Cambodian Community in Long Beach, California. David asks: “How can we improve the well-being of seniors?"
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