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AARP Florida El Podcast es un programa original preparado semanalmente con mucho cariño para informar a nuestra comunidad sobre los temas más importantes del momento. AARP es una organización sin fines de lucro que trabaja para fortalecer a la comunidad. Luchamos por los asuntos de mayor importancia para nuestras familias. Así facilitamos que todos podremos elegir cómo vivimos a medida que envejecemos. Esperamos que el contenido de este podcast sea útil para ti y los tuyos.
 
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AARP Nevada and guest speakers from the Nevada Office of the Attorney General and the FTC’s Division of Consumer & Business Education for tips to protect yourself from Identity Theft and Scams. Take a listen, learn and protect you and your family!โดย Copyright 2021, AARP Nevada
 
Many people are suffering from anxiety and depression as a result of feeling social isolated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Robin Smith -- The Oprah Winfrey Show's Therapist-in-Residence -- says that social isolation was common among older adults even before the pandemic. This week, she gives her best advice on how to tackle the problem. For mor…
 
Las personas de la tercera edad o discapacitadas necesitan apoyo. En este episodio de AARP Florida El Podcast nuestra anfitriona Ingrid Collins habla con Karla Radka, presidenta y directora ejecutiva de Senior Resource Alliance. Ella comparte información muy importante sobre los programas gratuitos que coordina, como la entrega de alimentos a domic…
 
Recorded Live April 1, 2021 This live Q&A event addressed the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Black community. It provided information on the vaccine and how it’s being distributed to older adults, people of color, and those with underlying medical conditions. The experts: Rachel Villanueva, M.D.President-Elect, National Medical Associati…
 
Recorded live April 1, 2021 This live Q&A event addressed the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Black community. It provided information on the vaccine and how it’s being distributed to older adults, people of color, and those with underlying medical conditions. The experts: Rachel Villanueva, M.D.President-Elect, National Medical Associati…
 
As vaccines have been rolling out, misinformation and scams have run rampant. This week, expert fact-checker and Senior Multimedia Reporter for MediaWise Alex Mahadevan returns to continue his mission: to teach people key digital literacy skills, and to discuss how to spot and avoid misinformation. For more on the topic, listen to our discussion wi…
 
As the world continues to adhere to social distancing guidelines, the entertainment industry has now become more acclimated in engaging audiences from their homes. This year, AARP The Magazine's Movies for Grownups Awards Show took place virtually as it honored many award recipients from this past year’s best movies and shows. On today's show, Tim …
 
Recorded live March 11, 2021 Falling on the one-year milestone of the World Health Organization declaring the coronavirus a global pandemic, this live Q&A event addressed the challenges we’re still experiencing. Experts provided information on how federal, state and local governments are distributing the vaccine to older adults, people living and w…
 
Recorded live March 11, 2021 Falling on the one-year milestone of the World Health Organization declaring the coronavirus a global pandemic, this live Q&A event addressed the challenges we’re still experiencing. Experts provided information on how federal, state and local governments are distributing the vaccine to older adults, people living and w…
 
The mass shooting in Atlanta last week killed eight people, six of them women of Asian descent. This week on 'Take on Today,' we hear about the response from older Asian American people on the tragedy, the history of Asian-targeted hate crimes in the U.S., and resources available to support the community. Take on Today, Episode 95 Take on Today, Ep…
 
On March 11, Suze Orman and a panel of finance professionals answered caller questions on savings, retirement, and taxes in a recent AARP tele-town hall. Listen in as we discuss the critical queries asked and expert advice given. For more information: The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+ One Year of the Coronavirus Pandemic and Finance Tips AARP F…
 
Muchas personas tienen preguntas sobre las vacunas contra el Coronavirus. En este episodio de AARP Florida El Podcast nuestra anfitriona Ingrid Collins habla con el Dr. Fernando Díaz, especialista en geriatría con la práctica médica Optum Miami, quien comparte con nuestra audiencia la información más actualizada sobre las vacunas contra el COVID-19…
 
Taxpayers are navigating an extremely complex tax season as result of unemployment, scams, the loss of a loved one, or their own health issues related to the pandemic. This tele-town hall helped listeners navigate questions related to stimulus payments, retirement investments and minimum distributions. This is the second of two parts of the live to…
 
Taxpayers are navigating an extremely complex tax season as result of unemployment, scams, the loss of a loved one, or their own health issues related to the pandemic. This tele-town hall helped listeners navigate questions related to stimulus payments, retirement investments and minimum distributions. This is the first of two parts of the live tow…
 
As a child, AARP Purpose Prize recipient Arturo Noriega saw his immigrant parents fight to access credit. Inspired by their struggle, Arturo established Centro Community Partners, mentoring aspiring entrepreneurs. On today's show, we hear about the organization that Noriega founded -- whose services have helped thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs f…
 
For many of us, stay-at-home orders have meant that movies and TV shows are a bigger part of our lives than ever before. For that reason, our guest is excited to have "such a bumper crop of masterworks" to enjoy from the past year. And now its time to celebrate those works. Today, Tim Appelo will discuss his favorite films, shows and talent that ar…
 
Before the pandemic, our guest Lara Garey had family members and clinicians coming in and out of her home every day to assist in providing care for her husband Tom, a veteran of the Air Force who lives with ALS. Once quarantine restrictions began, all of that that help stopped -- until recently. This week, hear from Lara about her caregiving journe…
 
Llenar las declaraciones de impuestos este año será distinto al año pasado, cuando hubo varios cambios debido a la pandemia del coronavirus. En este episodio de AARP Florida El Podcast nuestra invitada Maritza Rabinowitz, quien es especialista en impuestos y trabaja para el Servicio de Impuestos Internos (Internal Revenue Service o “IRS”), comparte…
 
The pandemic has changed how we work, learn, and interact as social distancing guidelines have led to a more virtual existence, both personally and professionally. On today’s show, Scott Frisch, AARP COO, and Tom Kamber, Executive Director of OATS from AARP, will discuss two programs designed for older adults: the AARP Virtual Community Center and …
 
Up until 2016, the Bronx was the only of New York’s five boroughs without a Children’s Museum. As a native Brooklynite, Hope Harley saw first-hand the impact of having a safe, exploratory space for children that instilled borough pride and wanted to bring that to the Bronx. We sit down with Hope and discuss the Bronx Children’s Museum, her AARP Pur…
 
We want to make sure you heard this live Q&A tele-town hall that originally aired on January 28, 2021. The event highlighted the virtual resources available to help older people heal, make friends and build community. Jo Ann Allen, writer and host of the podcast Been There, Done That, and Dr. Andrea Bonior, clinical psychologist and best-selling au…
 
This Valentine’s Day, thousands of volunteers are preparing to deliver heartfelt messages to isolated older adults who may be struggling to stay connected. They're known as the Cupid Crew, a volunteer-driven effort from Wish of a Lifetime from AARP to combat social isolation among older adults. Today, we’ll hear from a Girl Scout and her troop lead…
 
We've found so many ways to stay connected with friends new and old amidst the Pandemic. Anna Sale, host and creator of WNYC Studio's podcast "Death, Sex and Money," explores why podcasts are a great way to form meaningful connections with your loved ones and with new communities.
 
In this edition of AARP Voices, AARP Nevada State Director Maria Moore, Government Relations Director Barry Gold, and host Scott Gulbransen bring you the latest on the COVID-19 vaccine in Nevada. From frustration over supply and demand to confusion on how to obtain a vaccine, we give you the latest information so you can make the best choice for yo…
 
We learned last year that even a pandemic isn't enough to stop scammers from going after your money and identity. This week, Bob Sullivan, the new host of AARP's ‘The Perfect Scam’ podcast, discusses how scams are evolving in the new year.
 
As millions of people suffer from joblessness due to the pandemic, older Americans - particularly women - have been hit especially hard and are more like to endure long term unemployment. Today we sit down with AARP Vice President of Financial Resilience, Susan Weinstock, and Suited for Change volunteer and former Board Member, Lisanne Crowley, to …
 
Te invitamos a que hagas clic y escuches este episodio de AARP Florida El Podcast donde nuestra anfitriona Ingrid Collins entrevista a la Dra. Michelle Almeida, psicóloga clínica, autora, educadora, y conferencista. AARP ha colaborado con la Dra. Almeida anteriormente, ofreciendo talleres sobre cómo manejar el estrés en diferentes etapas de nuestra…
 
In one of the most devastating health crises in our nation’s history, long-term care facility residents and workers have been hit especially hard. On today's episode, we hear from AARP's Elaine Ryan about the country's response to the COVID-19 crisis in nursing homes and what changes need to be made going forward.…
 
The holidays will not look the same this year for many people, and for family caregivers, there are extra challenges. Today, AARP's caregiving expert, Amy Goyer, shares some creative ways caregivers and their loved ones can still celebrate the holiday season and advice for caregivers during this time.…
 
In this live Q&A event, special guests Dr. Francis Collins, the Director of the National Institutes of Health, and Dr. Anthony Fauci, the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, answer questions and provide the latest information on the pandemic, vaccine development and how to stay…
 
As our loved ones get older, many have fears or uncertainty about what it means to take care of them. Whether it’s emotional and physical stress or financial strain, caregiving certainly comes with its challenges. But what if we have the wrong idea about caring for our aging friends and family? Today we hear from Isabel Tom, author of "The Value of…
 
En este episodio de AARP Florida El Podcast nuestra anfitriona Ingrid Collins entrevista al Padre José Rodríguez, Rector Interino de la Iglesia Episcopal Jesús de Nazaret en Orlando donde ha estado sirviendo al Señor y a su comunidad de Azalea Park por muchos años. Con motivo del Día de Acción de Gracias que se aproxima, el Padre José nos hablará s…
 
This Veterans Day, we're honoring those who've served our country by telling their stories. On this episode, we hear the story of a 59-year-old soldier who re-enlisted in the army, and later, we talk to MSNBC anchor Richard Lui about his new documentary featuring young caregivers who are caring for their veteran family members.…
 
Caregiving is already a demanding job, but did you know that 5 million caregivers in the US are also taking college courses? Today we talk to a student caregiver about her experience and learn more about policies that college and universities have in place for caregivers.
 
With November being the month we thank and recall the sacrifices of our veterans, AARP Nevada talks with AARP's national Family & Caregiving Expert. Goyer, a caregiver herself, focuses on the unique challenges faced by veterans, their caregivers, and how they can navigate the sometimes confusing paths to good and compassionate care. Goyer shares he…
 
Retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly knows a thing or two about feeling isolated. On this episode, we hear about his year-long trip in outer space and how he learned to combat social isolation. We also hear from AARP Foundation President Lisa Marsh Ryerson and Dr. Rhonda Randall, Chief Medical Officer at UnitedHealthcare to learn more about the physi…
 
For this live Q&A event, experts addressed the development of a coronavirus vaccine, including an update on current trials. They also discussed how to cope and maintain social connections as the pandemic continues into the fall. Guests: David M. Aronoff, M.D., Director, Division of Infectious Diseases at Department of Medicine at Vanderbilt Univers…
 
For this live Q&A event, experts addressed the development of a coronavirus vaccine, including an update on current trials. They also discussed how to cope and maintain social connections as the pandemic continues into the fall. Guests: David M. Aronoff, M.D., Director, Division of Infectious Diseases at Department of Medicine at Vanderbilt Univers…
 
En este episodio de AARP Florida El Podcast, nuestra anfitriona Ingrid Collins entrevista a Jackie Colón, directora regional del fondo educativo de NALEO, la organización líder del país, sin fines de lucro y no partidista, que facilita la participación latina en el proceso político estadounidense, desde la ciudadanía hasta el servicio público. Ella…
 
With so much information available at our fingertips, it can be tough to determine fact from fiction online. On this episode, we discuss why misinformation spreads, how to spot it and what to do about it.
 
As it has been six months since the World Health Organization declared the Coronavirus pandemic, this live Q&A event focuses on the most common concerns of older adults and what the world looks like in the “new normal.” Guests: Lee Baker, CFP Owner and President, Apex Financial Solutions and David M. Aronoff, MD Director, Division of Infectious Dis…
 
As it has been six months since the World Health Organization declared the Coronavirus pandemic, this live event focuses on the most common concerns of older adults and what the world looks like in the “new normal.” Guests: Lee Baker, CFP, Owner and President, Apex Financial Solutions and David M. Aronoff, MD, Director, Division of Infectious Disea…
 
This year polling places are expecting a shortage of election workers, who are typically over the age of 60, due to the risks of contracting of COVID-19. Ben Brown, Founder and CEO of the Association of Young Americans, is working to solve that problem by enlisting people of all ages to sign up as poll workers this November.…
 
En este episodio de AARP Florida El Podcast nuestra anfitriona Ingrid Collins entrevista a Sandra Guzmán, periodista, autora y cineasta de documentales ganadora del premio Emmy. Ella nos habla sobre el racismo en lo que respecta a los latinos en los Estados Unidos – no solamente el racismo contra los latinos, sino también el racismo entre los latin…
 
We're back and update you on the virtual activities AARP Nevada has in store for this fall and winter. Despite the COVID-19 shutdown, AAPR Nevada continues with its vital programs and events - virtually. Hear from AARP Nevada State Director Maria Moore as she updates you on happenings for September and plans to encourage our members to vote in Nove…
 
The live event featured a panel of experts to address your questions related to the latest information on the potential treatments and vaccine trials and what you can do to stay safe during the pandemic. Guests: Sheila Marie Young, MD, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science; Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General, Harvard Med…
 
The live event featured a panel of experts to address your questions related to the latest information on the potential treatments and vaccine trials and what you can do to stay safe during the pandemic. Guests: Sheila Marie Young, MD, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science; Rochelle Walensky, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General, Harvard Med…
 
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