AARP Foundation Experience Corps - Help Kids Become Better Readers
Put your wisdom and experience to work. Volunteer with Experience Corps to help young students in high-need schools gain critical literacy skills.
AARP Foundation Emergency Food Box Program
The Emergency Food Box program provides immediate food assistance to older adults identified as being in critical need due to the COVID pandemic.
Help AARP Foundation End Senior Poverty for Good
1 in 7 seniors live in poverty and more than 10 million face the threat of hunger. Help us provide resources to our nation's most vulnerable seniors.
Senior Hunger is a Crisis, Help Seniors in Need
About 1 in 3 seniors eat less or skip a meal because they can't afford it. AARP Foundation is working to provide relief. Are you with us?
AARP Foundation Connect2Affect Connected Communities™
About 1 in 4 living in affordable senior housing are socially isolated. See how AARP Foundation Connected Communities is using technology to help.
Legal Advocacy: Fighting Workplace Discrimination
AARP Foundation fights to protect older workers - urged the Supreme Court to bar discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
Get Help Saving Money with AARP Foundation MySavingsJar
Discover just how easy it is to build up savings a little at a time. Join the AARP Foundation MySavingsJar community today.
Introduction by AARP Foundation President Lisa Marsh Ryerson
AARP Foundation President Lisa Marsh Ryerson introduces the topic of the inappropriate use of antipsychotic drugs in nursing facilities.
Study on Inappropriate Use of Antipsychotic Drugs
Bethany Brown, Researcher, Human Rights Watch, discusses the Human Rights Watch national study on how nursing facilities overmedicate people with dementia.
Practical Strategies to Promote Behavioral Interventions
Led by AARP Foundation’s Kelly Bagby, this panel discusses practical strategies to promote behavioral interventions and end the misuse of antipsychotic drugs.
Using Research on Dementia Care to Influence Providers
Industry experts discuss using research on dementia care to influence provider behavior.
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