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With support from AARP, the American Geriatrics Society released Chinese American Older Adults: A Guide to Managing Your Health (PDF). Chinese (PDF). The resource highlights the most common health risks in this community and how to talk to healthcare providers about them. Learn more at HealthinAging.org.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) age 50+ lack insurance and access to quality, affordable care compared to other Americans the same age. AARP reports that high costs, language barriers, and cultural beliefs about healthcare hinder insurance coverage among AAPI groups.
A New AARP report reveals economic disparity among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) age 50+. Household income, consumer spending, and poverty levels vary widely among AAPI groups.
According to an AARP report, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) are more likely to be caregivers for older family members at home.
Dahil Mahal Kita presents the traditions and challenges of family caregiving in the Filipino-American community through the eyes of three unique caregiving stories.
Asian Americans' Financial Security in Retirement Getting Stronger
See how the activist is still a revolutionary at age 99
“Honorable Journey,” about Japanese American internment during World War II, was named Best Documentary for Q1 2014 by the Asians on Film Festival.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at AARP's new Asian Community Leader ad campaign, featuring AARP spokespeople retired U.S. Army General Tony Taguba, OCA's Immedate Past President Ginny Gong, and political activist Floyd Mori
Mothers and fathers aren’t the only ones urging adult children to visit their parents. China’s lawbooks are now issuing the same imperative – Visit or keep in touch with your elderly parents or risk being sued
Low fertility and a rapidly aging society present economic challenges – But the nation has an ambitious plan to tackle the issue
Country proposes generous bill to give centenarians a 75 percent cost reduction for all goods and services
Find information about the new law in Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean and Tagalog
The nation's largest volunteer-run tax prep and assistance service helps taxpayers with low and moderate incomes. Find a site near you
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