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Southwest Airlines Plays the Blame Game for Flight Cancellations

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Southwest Airlines Plays the Blame Game for Flight Cancellations

"This weekend. Southwest airlines has experienced unprecedented disruptions delays and cancellations twenty eight percent of all southwest airlines. Flights on sunday were canceled. An eleven percent delayed so southwest airlines comes out and they blame the weather. They blame air traffic. Control play tape in a statement. Southwest blamed air traffic control issues and bad weather in florida from friday. But the faa said. It's traffic control issues. Were long resolved southwest then released another statement saying after cutting back flights during the pandemic recovering during operational challenges is more difficult and prolonged so they immediately blame air traffic control and weather issues now. Interestingly if you look at the weather map from this last weekend i never knew. Southwest airlines had such incredible frequency of flights through central north and south dakota. They must have had an entire fleet of aarp. It is the cleanest weather map i've ever seen. So southwest airlines had twenty eight percent of all flights canceled american airlines two percent to

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 Michael J. Fox to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize Award

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Michael J. Fox to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize Award

"D. A. A. R. P. will give an honorary award to actor Michael J. fox for his work with Parkinson's disease I marches are a letter with the latest Michael J. fox will receive the honorary AARP purpose prize award during a virtual ceremony on December fifteenth fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in nineteen ninety one and founded the Michael J. fox foundation for Parkinson's research in two thousand the organization has funded more than one billion dollars in programs for Parkinson's research the

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The Heumann

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"aarp" Discussed on The Heumann

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"aarp" Discussed on The Heumann

The Heumann

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"aarp" Discussed on The Heumann

"And i live in a community when it's not an age friend on an age community but this area in general has many older people and by the way they have their. They have resources to do. This is not even the fifty plus communities. Many of them are completely off inaccessible m. i. aunt and uncle moved into one of those and the unit that they got was up two steps and then when my aunt got sick she couldn't get up and down the two steps. So how do you think we can move more collaboratively together between the disability community which has older people in it obviously and the younger generation of disabled people and aarp and others had we really launch campaign which allows people to look at planning for your future in a way which really maples you to be more in charge of your future. And by the way i would say. I'm finances i actually do not believe that. Most people are really looking at their finances. But you're right you're right so have you thought at all about and or can you give examples of how greater collaboration is going on between the aging and disability communities to allow these kinds of discussions to become more front and center so hours at the center for state help policy i was awarded a grant from the centers for medicare and medicaid services. This was like two thousand and one. When remember there was the ada have been passed. Olmstead was rain for decision. All this was active and congress actually was president bush. I think a junior. I think it was and and congress put together this package of dollars that could go to states. The centers for medicare and medicaid services was Overseeing to help get more homey community services right within that there was a real push to bring aging and disability advocates together and i was awarded a grant along with i l. argue it's called in texas the independent living resource utilization project at baylor college texas. And so we. Both were awarded grants to collaborate on how we could do this. And when at the state level we had a d. r. c.'s aging and disability resource centres. Were very intentional. To bring the groups together. So i think there's more progress more people i always feel. The disability community has infused your independent living philosophies tenants principles into the aging world. People didn't say person centered care very much within self-determination or and not just the words of the meetings behind the words so the disability community has influenced the aging community profoundly enlisting advocacy world. Now or redoing enough together. No i can tell you that. Aarp is gonna to be doing more together. Not just knee in marlton policy but throughout our organization and looking at equity health and financial equity. There's a real passion. I would say for looking at a multicultural populations and including disability. Like wish we should be doing more so that's just starting. I don't want to start and we we have a lot. We have an air p litigation group. That does a lot of work. On discrimination based on disabilities olmstead were big case in dc. Lots of things. We have a policy book that talks about you know access to as social security disability benefits and certainly home and can be based services are advocacy is very.

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The Heumann

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"aarp" Discussed on The Heumann

"And you've seen that in other states and thinking also leads partly to this next part of our discussion. Which is what we've been discussing right now. Are kind of learning moments. And i think from the aging community perspective looking at how to help others prepare for someone becoming older as opposed to either preparing the person themselves. Who's going to become older for. I think as you were implying doing something in a more collaborative way between the individuals getting older and a family member or friend. Do you think that form of a discussion is gaining more ground wells fortune. No christine our data on that we can have stories. We do collect stories at aarp. I have to look and see. You know that's something that anyone is tracking but we're just talking to friends and colleagues. It seems more likely that people are going to talk that. It may be just certain things like it might be finances you know. Let's make sure you're going to have the money that you need to go forward or it could be maybe advanced directives his. There's there's been more and more attention to living wills or what do you want. Should you become very ill and need to have decisions. Have your decisions made rather than somebody else's decision so there are certain areas that i think are being done as you point out. I don't think disability as one at all it blows me away. My own mentioned my sister and brother-in-law vote gonna go a little more than week ago. My brother-in-law who is an attorney no financial issues by sister is white is under earth. Here's my role model right. And they live in a beautiful home or from the that is completely inaccessible completely to even get in their house either the front or the back because this is an area beg easily floods. So that's why it's great but there's no rams there's no way and get up there. He fell off the back steps and he completely his his tendon. This is the part that detaches a muscle to your bone basically exploded. So he's gonna be in. This cast a brace. He's got at least six months recovery and he needs an enormous amount of he didn't hit his head so he's very lucky. So how's he gonna get upstairs. Bedroom is they. Don't even have a couch. That opens up downstairs event. They do now. It's like oh my god. I never thought about this. You know now me. As a visiting nurse we have couch. It opens up downstairs is also interesting. We were going to read your kitchen. There's only a little step end. So that's good. But i wanted to make sure the doorway that goes into the kitchen. Could i think it's thirty six inches wide and make sure that they had a strip off to get linked to kind of thirty six inches. We called this the lows. You know lows was doing this work. And i said you know what are we not help his closet and bathroom we have. We made a shower. We did all this. He was like amazed. We didn't do it right now but we have a plan for doing it. He was like what this is. This is like the major person from lows in ever.

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The Heumann

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"aarp" Discussed on The Heumann

"How accessible is it and by the way it's not just if you haven't disability or your aging people have accidents you they fall. We are homes. Have to be more universally designed and any chance. You can to do that or if you're going to be moving in any way to look at that and people don't do it they just don't do it i. I'm just so surprised because even if you wanna have someone visit you you wanna make it possible for someone to visit you. That might have a disability. Even if it's temporary you're gonna have to make sure they can get in the house and they can use the bathroom and they can you know get in so. That's something that i really hope we do. More work as a society. We've done better with the kirk cuts that keep in the disability community. That was adapt. Adapt me that happened. And the veterans the veterans and adopt. It was like the first visa legislation that came out. I'm curb cuts was initiated by a disabled guy who lived worked for us senator in alaska in nineteen sixty eight. The law came through that curves that were being repaired or constructed with federal money would have to have curb cuts and i think that discussion that we're just having is very important and You know a guy to preparing to be a caregiver. No i look at it from the independent living perspective in saying a guide to preparing your stuff exactly and i think many of the points that you're racing around housing as an example are so very critical. You know we talk to people who are older. Who weren't doing any planning and their homes are not accessible and they can't necessarily make the home accessible or get the money to make an accessible so this area to me is had we get our people living in the community today to look at the issue of accessibility so that when cities and counties and states are putting money into housing and into design that this issue of accessibility becomes built in and it really relates to the discussion. That you and i have been having right now. I agree with you. We look at the immediate. What do we need to get done today. And it's difficult to look to the future. I would say particularly in areas like accessibility passing because people haven't thought about it haven't seen it and how is. Aarp working to try to get people to live vision. That you're discussing getting people to be proactive instead of reactive when we know that being reactive frequently means it's not going to benefit the person maybe the future but not now so we've created what we call the long as a big main right long term services and supports state scorecard. It's it's www dot long-term scorecard dot org and we started this more than ten years ago. I think it was like two thousand nine with a vision. What is the vision of a high performing state system up. We'll disabled long-term.

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The Heumann

04:08 min | 10 months ago

"aarp" Discussed on The Heumann

"Or something like that. And i have to tell you they were. They were like a little alarmed about going into homes and some of them were like what am i gonna. Do you know. They're used to equipment. They're used to like you know important things now but you know what am i gonna talk about. How do i do So it was very interesting to see that this is a different environment but it should be an every nurses head every healthcare and social care professional should be very centered on the person and the person's family and where they live. That's so hard to get across. Though unless you're living in and i think you know the perspective that you come into this work is that people live life that's right and that you're really there to help them piece together different things and so you have to have a different relationship at which is why when i got my degree in public health. It was so exciting. So when did you stop doing nursing. In people's homes wiped always been active in the american nurses association and and being a visiting nurse. I started understanding that you can get care one or support care one at a time but thank you really gonna help. Policy is one route to do it. As a true story was pretty new. Visiting nurse. And i went to one. Patient's home and i was able to order orthopedic shoes and i was excited so the next year. Maybe it was a month or two later. I was in a similar situation. I call my nursing supervisor. I i think this person needs orthopedic shoes. And she said look at the bottom of the chart and look it says payment and look at the boxes and the boxes could be medicare medicaid veterans boot chorus blueshield private pay some other insurance etcetera and she said this one doesn't have the right box checked. That was life changing for me life changing because it really sunk in that my practice and my ability to support people was affected by payment and that can only be changed to policy. I couldn't like coal somebody up and fix it. It had to be changed so that led me into going. I got my doctorate degree and worked in policy then worked or the new jersey state. Nurses association was also teaching so advocacy. Which was really new to me. How how do you get more people on board and form coalitions and work with legislators. And so i was doing that for quite a while and then eventually was recruited to work for governor for the became deputy commissioner of health and senior services in new jersey. I mean i think the way you're expanding background is very similar to myself and many other people you know you learn a little bit about how to make the law but when you actually really get down to doing it. There's so many complex issues. One of which is really being able to put something together where many organizations or individuals aren't agreement or support and then to get people convince. Oh when you think about the legislative process both in the past and today what changes. Do you think have or have not gone on within legislators thinking about issues for example around the importance of home and community based services. That's a really important one. I think part of it is over time. I've been doing this for awhile. Coat lead the senate for state health policy new jersey. And then i was recruited. Aarp's to various lenses as you say looking at this thing over time more people have experienced it themselves either because they have a family member or an older and maybe their parents who really you know. Something happened in many cases. It's something sudden bright. It's like a stroke or you know something fracture or something but it leads to a longer term disability. That is a wakeup call..

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The Heumann

04:41 min | 10 months ago

"aarp" Discussed on The Heumann

"This week. Judy is chatting with susan reinhart. Who is the senior vice president at. Aarp directing its public policy institute. She leads the family caregiving initiatives and also serves as the chief strategist for the center to champion nursing in america. A national resource center created to ensure that america has the highly skilled nurses. It needs to provide support for the future. Judy and susan chat about how vital it is to include disability in conversations around aging and include aging in conversations around disability as disability is a natural part of life and that people's disabilities evolve over time and change as they age and so will their needs the human perspective is produced by me. A hal and judah humid. Be sure to rate review and subscribe to the human perspective. So let's roll up. Lay down dance around. Get some snacks ready. Whatever makes you.

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Jamie Lee Curtis Reveals Her 25-Year-Old Child Is Transgender

Doug Stephan

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Jamie Lee Curtis Reveals Her 25-Year-Old Child Is Transgender

"Jamie Lee Curtis as an announcement. What's the scoop? She did the cover for an AARP magazine. Coming up the August September issue and the cover story. She discussed her life. Her husband, her two kids, Her oldest daughter, 34, year Old Annie, and Her 25 year old daughter, Ruby, who was born her son and is now transgender daughter. Uh, how do they feel about that? She seems to be here out. Yeah, And she said that she and her husband have watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter,

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"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

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"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"It as you look at what we considered grain helping people stay chart right. There are absent games in developed using voice. I think that on the market the true need so a lot of opportunities for voice fit again as a general rule you we see boyce as a way to be able to more easily Navigate be able to access information and cools. That senior may not be able to access using traditional serve traditional strings Example for that for instance is accessed benefits. Wait for us to have. Senior applied for medicare medicaid or food assistance through voice application versus having to go to website. So lots of opportunities. These well tell you what i mean the the breadth of requirements. I mean you just mentioned insurance and dealing with paperwork and and as somebody. who's you know a perfectly able bodied. We have a hard time going through our insurance papers and documents That we need to go through. It's it's it's amaz- and Just knowing that there are people working on solutions that allow us to use our boys to help navigate some really tricky services and and requirements in healthcare and everything else is just It's so wonderful What gets you excited about. The future like where does this. What does this look like in five years. You know if you could say that if things go really well you know for you in terms of your journey to aarp aarp foundation. What does look like in five years for your constituents so access technology is is is how how we we. We see uh success rate. It's not just accent. Novi the sacred technology But there are barriers You folks Be able to access jobs to access benefits to access income opportunities so forth it. I feel the voice will be able to bridge that gap for be a technology to allow seniors bridge that easily so for us you see it from that perspective the other area that is very important to us equity issue of making sure that no one is excluded from using some of these advanced technology using the feature for us loves to see is whether or not able to achieve that l. give example again with voice technology specifically role their dalton and low-income overdose Many of the folks that were serving today nursing homes assisted..

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"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"Wants to voice and he be able to tell their stories and once they have that free media i have the worry added devices. Typically that they have to look at We find that the seniors again very quickly. That technology a love to hear that. And i love that. They don't wanna give it back. let's talk about the application layer and how much How much is a foundation developing kind of on its own from a standpoint of applications Voice based applications of versus working with others that are out there and and know maybe tasking the market come up with ideas to to help improve Social isolation access to care all those things are strategy is always to. I use the market look for market ready solutions for building it ourselves and that was the case when we launched i'm connected communities Which is a sisal. Social isolation app was the case when we launch a chat lot on raising voice in that now went with organizations in in in the market on companies that were building a solution already had particular The skill at simply just happy adopt senior market. That is always her her strategies to go to the market first and see where we might be able to get assistance barring that the builder will When that happens in the haven't t need to look at ways where the market is quickly filling up bigger gap for seniors understand. Also that the people who serve to lower income older veterans so there is no Model in many cases when the interact with employed these technologies for awkward seniors. And so because of that in some cases where there is no market solution. Obviously how fill that market share strategies always to look for partners to help us out. So where do you see the biggest opportunity. We got a lot of folks that are watching from around the world and they're trying to figure out you know where. Where do you see the opportunities for the market to to really address..

"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

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AARP's Paolo Narciso Explains How Voice Tech Is Helping Elderly Populations

VOICE Global 2021

04:08 min | 1 year ago

AARP's Paolo Narciso Explains How Voice Tech Is Helping Elderly Populations

"Of the programs. He put together very quickly Would premise started was a food assistance. Program i'll be delivered through a little over three point. Two million meals out within the timespan a may In july two Older americans who were struggling to be able to food in the pantry and we're able to respond very quickly one of the tools that us from technology perspective is in fact voice As many of you may know we have a platform connected to me which is built entirely on alexa. Google that allows for war a senior with their smart speakers and through with your programs. Where we i identify that folks were in fact. Struggling would be able to attitude into your access to the supermarkets for instance call early in march in april. A lot of these supermarkets started closing The ability to access food is very very difficult and boys. Technology was one of the even always allows identify folks The needed assistance in able to quickly deliver Those kneels to The folks that he did well certainly certainly necessary. Let's talk a little bit about the adoption. So when you're able to put a voice assistant in with a senior that has you know that the really has a need to be able to access services or goods or other other kinds of support. How has that. How's that process going. And how well our seniors able to adopt voice technology today and then let's talk about you know where where we'd like to see it. Go in the future so we were honestly very surprised as as As many organizations we have been a testing boy so looking for ways able use voice in that effort has gone on for several years now in the fourth year of implementing voice technologies in our solutions predominantly for social isolation. Be able to have seniors interact. Not only with advice like alexa also would each other at through voice adoption has been surprisingly so options. Double edged sword right it once seniors learn how to be able to use a device like alexa or being used voice on your phone. We find that that comes their preferred megan up communications and being able to use interact with with technology. We have seniors. Who the only voice they actually here is the voice of Alexa voice of out of google during the day which is which is sad but at the same time luring able to communicate those with with alexa or google. I'm literally they if we wanted to take those devices fact who could never get back so once name the technology it becomes very much permanent. Lives for many reasons right You know taxes. Small for instance state writings and opponent is effective in many ways but of voices certainly freeing from a from a string perspective also Need to use of your hands and being able to just use voice able to perform tasks to get updates to its fourth has been Has been a need of seniors. In recent fly day they thought technology the very very quickly It's also used for medicare giving perspective be checking in on loved ones notifications and google patients in alexa. Allow people to check in under loved. Wants to voice and he be able to tell their stories and once they have that free media i have the worry added devices. Typically that they have to look at We find that the seniors again very quickly. That technology

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"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

VOICE Global 2021

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"aarp" Discussed on VOICE Global 2021

"Welcome back to voice global. I'm your host. Pete erickson and this is part of our chat series. We're talking to folks from around the world across many different kinds of organizations major brands. Financial institutions and nonprofit groups that are at the forefront of solving really tough challenges. Our next guest is really on the doorstep of so many those challenges related to isolation inclusion and improving quality of life at the aarp foundation. We're going to get to know more about that organization and just a second. A police welcome to our stage. Paolo narciso pablo is the vice president of product and program development at the aarp foundation paolo. How you doing. I'm great great to be here. Thanks so much rather well. Thanks for taking some time to chat with us. i think first off. Let's talk If you could for our viewers our viewers come from around the world. Tell us quickly about aarp. And then also the foundation and how those to relate to one another absolutely aarp is the largest nonprofit organizations membership driven nonprofit organization united states have earned nine million members. I as a social impact organization. Our goal is to advance needs of older adults in the united states. We're we're expanding globally. But today our membership is is very much Usa's membership so yeah. Let's talk a little bit about the foundation that and how it how it relates to that the organization sure foundation is aarp Affiliated cherry and while aarp serves all our members are three nine million numbers. Foundation does not have a focus specifically on our members but our mission is to be able to at specific support vulnerable older american. So we consider all rolling rackets this you are low income or are disabled and conditions Mission is able to solve senior poverty. imagine a world without your that is a an excellent mission. I love that. So let's talk a little bit about your role and in that in that mission. Yes oh my role is to create new products and services for the foundation serves the needs of the volvo older americans in the united states We focus across several impact areas. Look airs food security and and making sure it. At deloitte americans have enough food eat as well listen. Tristesse food to eat inner. Never in search of that next field or worry about data rendered. Do i feed myself or pay for my medical bills. I will look at housing security..

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Transit Worker Opens Fire at California Rail Yard, Killing 9

America in the Morning

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Transit Worker Opens Fire at California Rail Yard, Killing 9

"Roop reports a gunman opened fire on fellow workers that a transit authority rail yard in Northern California It was 6 34 Wednesday morning when, says Santa Clara County sheriff spokesman Russell Davis. They began receiving calls about shots fired at the Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority Light rail yard in San Jose right next to the sheriff's headquarters, so the response was immediate. We have eight victims that AARP announced a cease from today's incident from gunshot wounds. We also have one suspect. Who is deceased, as well from this morning's incident. I can confirm with you that deputies did not exchange gunfire. And right now we're gonna eliminate Go with the assumption that it was a self inflicted gunshot wound from the suspect. Suspect of EJ employee identified by news outlets is 57 year old Samuel Cassidy. Even says reports of explosives hidden within the building prompted a search with bomb sniffing canines and a dog did alert on one device. At that point, we activate the sheriff's office bomb squad and a painstakingly thorough an exhaustive search for more explosives ensued. San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo emotional at a morning news conference. Thistle's a very dark moment for our city and for our community Governor Gavin Newsom. Emotional but his emotion, anger. You know, there's a numbness. I imagine some of us are feeling about this. Because there's a sameness to this. You know any Where USA Just feels like this happens over and over and over again. Rinse and repeat. That begs the damn question. What the hell's going on United States of America? The hell's wrong with us. When are we going to come to grips with this? There were several others wounded. The

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The Future of Robotic Process Automation

Future of Tech

02:07 min | 1 year ago

The Future of Robotic Process Automation

"So i'd like to welcome you now. Officially to new chapter of our new episodes of a future of tech. And i believe you know the first thing. We're going to speak about the aarp as or robotic process automation and probably some other stuff. Maybe we should start with you. Introducing the topic and the field. And what is it. All about your short manhattan. Thank you very much indeed for For inviting me shine a robotic process automation. So it's not robotic. It doesn't doesn't do a with prices at least not until fairly recently. So it's very poorly Described by his name names created by analyst. Phil fasht and blue prison. Who are the inventors of Biggers a bush from Fledgling leaves In the uk and result phenomenal job of creating essentially creating a category. A software catholic. What is all day all is It allows organizations and people to move information through between systems. So you can think of it. Like an excel macro but a an excel macro that can deal with any two pieces of software. So that could be everything fom mainframe green screen. Applications rut way to through to the latest Web apps and everything in between so Business persons management bpm e. l. p. and planning crm customer relationship management office documents emails. Pdf documents Pay pa able to read understand a deal with all those in exactly the same way that you or i do achievements.

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AOPA seeks to have glider pilots

Aviation News Talk podcast

01:25 min | 1 year ago

AOPA seeks to have glider pilots

"From aarp dot org alpa six to have glider pilot squawk one two zero two for all via far ops alpa submitted a proposal to the faa on march. Twenty four th requesting the beacon code one two zero to become the standard for pilots flying gliders via far to us regardless of whether they are in contact with atc currently the one two oh two code is assigned via for glider operations that are not in contact with atc to differentiate them from via our traffic squawking twelve hundred because of the different nature of the operations while powered via far aircraft. Typically fly in straight predictable. Pez clears often make abrupt changes in direction or altitude explained. This makes it very important for. Atc to be able to differentiate gliders from other aircraft the faa in order in two thousand fifteen for far aircraft squawk twelve hundred regardless of whether they were talking to atc previously it was just for aircraft not in contact with atc in alpa. The same should be extended to be far glare flights using the one two zero two code. This change would help. Atc better identify gliders flying near busy airspace and landing at towered airports increasing safety in airspace system it would also allow glider pilots to operate using one code rather than having to change codes and flight which can be difficult to do on a compact transponder and in a cramped cockpit

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Man Says He Found Shrimp Tails in Cinnamon Toast Crunch

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Man Says He Found Shrimp Tails in Cinnamon Toast Crunch

"That cinnamon and sugar that makes those country little squares. Jensen carved claims he found shrimp tails and his cinnamon toast crunch. And when he dug in deeper little black spot stuck to some of the cereal that looked a lot like rat feces. He tweeted out pictures to prove it. General Mills says Carps box must have been tampered with the flaps created a debate on social media, with some voicing concerns about shellfish allergies. AARP says. It's no joke. It's the only cereal he eats. He even owns a pair of Kyrie Irving Cinnamon toast Crunch Nikes. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Really Loves cinnamon 9 13. Let's take a look at the roadways Right now. It's

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Life Span of Residents of Chicago's Westside Is 20 Years Less Than Those Living Downtown

Chicago's Afternoon News

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Life Span of Residents of Chicago's Westside Is 20 Years Less Than Those Living Downtown

"About this program disrupt disparities and what That project is all about. Yes. Oh, the Destruct Disparities Project. It's been clear to us at air P for some time that racial and ethnic disparities keep people from living longer, healthier, more secure and productive lives. So the Disrupt disparities project is our effort to identify. And quantify those disparities and their effect over people's lifetimes so that we can begin to bring about the kinds of systemic and structural and policy changes that are needed to bring equitable health and economic systems for older adults of color and their families. That's a mouthful, but it's a big deal for us, Karen. I would imagine that's welcome news to the Urban League. That absolutely is Steve. We are first excited to be working with the AARP again. We worked with them on predatory lending in many things, but we understand that as people get older, they expect life to get easier and not more difficult. But in this disrupt disparity study were saying that blacks and Latinos and Asians Are having a more difficult time than their white counterparts. And so we want to see some policies targeted to remove those disparities. You know, I you guys would know the statistic better than I do. But I was Hosting a show a few years ago and the death the life expectancy, the life span for someone on the West Side is, is it 10 is a 20 years less than someone who grew up downtown almost 20 years later, it's almost 20 years. That is unbelievable. It's You know, here we live in the same city. We're separated by in this case, 10 miles, and you're likely to die 20 years younger than if you live downtown, And that's what you know. That's the effect of the cumulative effect of disparities over a lifetime. You know, first, you know, I love people of color often don't live anywhere near hospitals and pharmacies they have in high grip much higher percentages of not having health insurance. You know it. It just adds up your good preventive care. It just I all adds up until you see numbers like those, So

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"aarp" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"aarp" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"In the new AARP article, which, by the way, I am now. AARP's bombarding me with I'm a member. I'm not a 15% on pretty much everything. Really? Yes. Yeah, maybe. David, you remember Absolutely not me neither. It's wrong. Why? Why not while you two cool? No. I would never be a member of a club that would accept me as a member. It's good news that Groucho Marx said that self okay and a new air P article it's revealed limited, by the way you're arguing of not being a part of AARP and just made a Groucho Marx reference. So I'm gonna say you probably need to get the card. Okay, Well, I'll look, I'll look into that gradual marks. Uh, Stephen Foster, I think. Remember when Moses that that, uh, that was cool, Kim Proving your point. You know if you remember making that Has been dead for, like 60 years. All right. How about this? You hear, man? I hate hearing this. Poets often use many words. What a voice Say Indianapolis was unbelievable. I mean, what is it Credible treasure? Tony Bennett, dear Dear Park, where they call it now. Uh, it's probably like Horizon world. It was in the summer. It was in the summer and it was part of like that. Do it's tour and he was with I can't remember who he's with Lady Gaga, you know, let me tell you, he did. He did a song with Lady Gaga..

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Tony Bennett reveals he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's

Joe Pags

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Tony Bennett reveals he has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's

"Singer Tony Bennett is battling Alzheimer's disease. Lisa G. Reports left. My 94 year old singer revealed his diagnosis and an article in AARP magazine. Bennett, who won his first of 20 Grammy awards for I left My Heart in San Francisco. Was diagnosed with the memory robbing disease in 2016. His last public performance was on March 11th in 2020 at the Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank, New Jersey The

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Tony Bennett Reveals Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease

Colleen and Bradley

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Tony Bennett Reveals Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease

"Bennett has Alzheimer's disease. But it's family confirmed the news, saying he was diagnosed in 2016, but started to show real signs about two years later, when he was recording an album with Lady Gaga. Now the doctor who diagnosed Bennett, speaking to AARP magazine, says that he really is the symbol of hope for someone with a cognitive disorder. And Tony Bennett is 94 years old.

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Family of Tony Bennett opens up about his Alzheimer's diagnosis

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Family of Tony Bennett opens up about his Alzheimer's diagnosis

"Time Grammy winner singer Tony Bennett has revealed that he has Alzheimer's disease. In an AARP magazine interview, We learned that the 94 year old crooner was diagnosed in 2016, but his family kept silent about the dementia diagnosis since then. His wife, Susan. Benedetto tells CBS this morning, though, that music plays a major role in his life. He's not in any pain, and that's why he doesn't think anything's wrong with him. He's like Susan. Nothing hurts. I feel great. You know, he works out five times a week, he sings twice a week. With the pianist that comes over. And Susan Benedetto says that even in the face of the disease that is mostly silenced and still Jim at the sound of the piano, Tony Bennett rises up to sing with his perfect pitch and apparent ease.

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Music helping Tony Bennett battle Alzheimer’s disease

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Music helping Tony Bennett battle Alzheimer’s disease

"Singer Tony Bennett has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease I marches are a letter with the latest no I tags Tony Bennett's wife Susan says her husband has fewer and fewer moments of clarity and awareness she tells AARP the magazine that her husband was first diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in twenty sixteen she says he is not the old Tony anymore but when he sings he is the old Tony Bennett who is ninety four still rehearses his ninety minute set twice a week and sings with perfect pitch

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Mark Gurman Dishes On The Apple VR Headset

Techmeme Ride Home

04:44 min | 1 year ago

Mark Gurman Dishes On The Apple VR Headset

"It's a mark gurman apple scoop thursday this time. Mark has a whole mess of details about the rumored upcoming apple headset. Mark says its planned for a twenty twenty two launch will focus on vr gaming but also video and communications and it will only have at least at this point limited. A are features. Also it's not been easy to make and if you're expecting the low cost surprise of the first ipad. say maybe think again quoting bloomberg. The initial device has confronted several development hurdles. The company has conservative sales expectations illustrating how it will be to bring this nascent. Consumer technology to the masses apples. Typical playbook involves taking emerging consumer technology such as music players smartphones tablets and smart watches and making it reliable and easy to use for everyone. This time though. Apple isn't looking to create an iphone kit for its first headset instead. The company is building a high end niche product that will prepare outside developers and consumers for its eventual more mainstream. A are glasses. The plan suggests that apple's first headset will be far more expensive than those from rivals which cost about three hundred to nine hundred dollars. Some apple insiders believe the company may sell only one headset per day per retail store. Apple has roughly five hundred stores so in that scenario annual sales would be just over one hundred and eighty thousand units excluding other sales channels. That would put it on par with other pricey apple products such as the six thousand dollar mac pro desktop computer and apple spokesman declined to comment. Apple is aiming to include some of. Its most advanced and powerful chips in the headset along with displays that are much higher resolution than those in existing vr products. Some of the chips tested in the device. Beat the performance of apple's emlyn mac processors. The company has also designed the headset with a fan. Something that company usually tries to avoid on mobile products. That people said the headset code-named n three one is in a late prototype. Stage but is not yet finalized so the company's plans could change or be scrapped entirely before launch the aarp glasses code-named and for two one are in an early stage known as architecture meaning apple is still working on underlying technologies. This product is several years away. According to the people though apple has previously targeted as early as two thousand twenty three to unveil it the powerful processors and the inclusion of a fan initially led to a device that was too large and heavy with some concern about neck strain in early. Testing apple removed the space. Vr gadgets usually reserved for users. Who want to wear eyeglasses. Which brought the headset closer. To the face and helped shrink the size and to address consumers with poorer eyesight it developed a system where custom prescription lenses can be inserted into the headset over the vr screens. The people said apple originally planned to include less powerful processors and offload much of the work to a hub in a user's home that would wirelessly beam content to the headset. But that idea was squashed by johnny. Apple's design chief at the time. Bloomberg news reported last year. The headset designed to work as a standalone device. Meaning it can operate on a battery rather than be plugged into a wall or a mac that's similar to facebook's latest vr products while sony's requires a playstation gaming console to further reduce the devices. Wait apple is planning to use a fabric exterior. That's a departure from the metal designs apple uses for most products though it has used plastic for devices like airpods that need to be light and fabrics for the homepod speaker to improve. Acoustics prototypes of the headset. Some of which are about the size of and oculus quest include external cameras to enable some a are features. The company is testing using the cameras for hand tracking and is working on a feature. Where a user can type of virtually in the air to input text. It's unclear if that function will be ready for the first version of the device or if it will ever leave the exploratory stage and quote gherman hence that had covid nineteen not delayed development. We might have seen the headset this year. But he also stresses that the aarp glasses are the ultimate end goal. Here as apple sees that as a more mainstream product something that could sell numbers that could eventually rival the ipad apple watch or even iphone sales in the long run.

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Florida Nursing Home Deaths Double Over Thanksgiving Holiday

Todd Schnitt

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Florida Nursing Home Deaths Double Over Thanksgiving Holiday

"AARP shows nursing home deaths in Florida doubled over the Thanksgiving holiday. In the three weeks surrounding the holiday. holiday. There There were were 4.7 4.7 deaths deaths for for every every 1000 1000 residents. residents. That's That's more more than than the the 2.3 2.3 death death average average reported reported in in the the previous previous four four weeks weeks dating dating back back to to October. October. Governor Governor Rhonda Rhonda Santa Santa says says he he remains remains committed committed to to getting getting Florida's Florida's older older population population that that Corona Corona virus virus vaccine vaccine but but is is asking asking for for patients patients as as doctors, doctors, nurses nurses and and others others on on the the front front lines lines of of the the fight fight continued continued to to be be vaccinated across the state to Santa says so. Years could be rolling up their sleeves as soon as Monday. We don't have enough vaccine to do everyone 65 older in Florida. At this moment, we have over four million people in that age group. We have vaccine doses that are in the hundreds of thousands over and above. Eventually, once we get through the long term care and the nurses Florida Senator Rick Scott says distribution of the Corona virus vaccine is great news, but more needs to be done to beat the virus. Wednesday's got introduced the Stop Covert 19 Act legislation aimed at creating programs for cities and counties to increase testing, contact, tracing and transparency. Efforts to reduce the spread of covert 19. A cold front will

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Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years

"We hear the news well, that news being that the Chicago White Sox have hired Tony Larussa. As their new manager seventy, six year old Tony Larussa, he becomes the oldest manager in the majors by five years. And he's only the second major in Major League baseball history to take over a team as seventy, five years or older. Jack mckeon be and the other one he was eighty rounds. At, which is just that sounds crazy. I mean I guess he was in great shape but he was eighty two over tomorrow marlins they went forty and fifty. and His old job because out there was an old joke about I'm not going to give you the punch line foot. There's an old joke about his nickname was trader Jack Right Jack McKee. At he was eighty years old at the old joke was like he's so old that. Guess what they were trading back. There wasn't ball players like how long he's half. I know where you were going with.

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Arizona's Wilson School District temporarily shuts down two schools due to COVID-19

Gaydos and Chad

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona's Wilson School District temporarily shuts down two schools due to COVID-19

"Of an outbreak of Cove in 19. The Wilson School district reports. The outbreak is it Wilson Primary school, And since Wilson Elementary is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction. Until November. 9th for students at Wilson Primary and elementary school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for cocaine 19 even with loosened guidelines, AARP's Dana Marie

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Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Glenn Close to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize award

"Actor Glenn close will receive an honorary award from the A. A. R. P. for her charity work involving mental illness I marches are a letter with the latest the A. A. R. P. will give its first honorary purpose prize award to Glenn close for her work with bring change to mind a charity that fights the stigma associated with mental illness she will receive the award during a virtual ceremony on December third the group will also award fifty thousand dollars each to five individuals over fifty who are using their knowledge and life experience to solve social problems it will also give ten five thousand dollar fellowships

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"aarp" Discussed on RJ Politics

RJ Politics

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"aarp" Discussed on RJ Politics

"We can to educate voters in this case on the caucus process and the way to go about it and the way to participate at the same time it from a more broad standpoint. We certainly want to be in a position where we do. Our best to our members in voting electorate. An opportunity pretended to hear from the candidates on specific issues that we care mostly about things like social security things like Medicare prescription drugs and so on and so forth so we wanNA play a role as a convener if you will to make sure that General Voting Population and our AARP remembers. No where the candidates stand on these issues and have an opportunity to hear from candidates not just as they go through this caucus process but Eventually as week it entered the general election as well interesting so in terms of In terms of that particular segment. We're just talking about older voters now. What role do you think they're gonNA play in this Election how do you think they're going to a and I imagine. AARP has members who are Republicans who are Democrats probably. Libertarians tyrians. Green party whatever. What have you But what role will those voters as a age group play in this next election. Oh I think they'll be huge We know just from history when you look at for instance We did it analysis after the the two thousand eighteen election's in just in the state of Nevada alone the electorate you know fifty plus voters made up sixty percent of the electorate. So that just tells you right there. The power of that vote when it comes to deciding elections so candidates the dates are going to have to speak to that part of the electorate and the issues that they care about and as you said we have members on both sides of the aisle we pride ourselves on being nonpartisan. We just WANNA be in a position that allows for these candidates to speak to this electorate on the issues they care about. So we'll do things once you know. We get through the caucuses like holding pound halls and and and forms and so on and so forth so that key our members urge the fifty plus electric can hear directly from from the candidate on these issues. Interesting interesting and you talk to A lot of older voters I imagine edging in your job. there with the AARP and working on campaigns. What do you tell you? Just give them the standard speech. You know civic duty and having having a role in your government in in addressing issues that are important to you personally when you tell older voters. Here's why it's important for you to turn out and do this. We know that the older voters do turn out. So somebody is is is getting that That turn out high. What do you tell them about? The most important thing of why they need to get out there and and either participate in a caucus participated in a primary or show up on election day. The general well ultimately The people that we elect have a direct influence on under lives on a regular basis And that's what we talk about everything from again. I come back to you. Know the regularity and the size of their social security checks whether the social security program. We'll continue to be in good shape over the next several generations How the Medicare system functions whether or not that will continue to be in good shape over the next several generations? Those those things are really important to older voters. And they know that in particular in this case federal officeholders play a serious role and and The soundness of those programs programs so let me ask you this this you've said. Aarp is nonpartisan correct And so You don't you know take partisan positions But it also sounds like from what you're saying about the issues that are important to the older voters. If I was a candidate who said look I support Making sure sure that everybody has health insurance. I support Medicare being able to negotiate with drug companies to lower prescription. Drug prices I supported poured no changes to social security except for maybe raising The withholding limit To increase the pool so that the date of seychelle social security Freddie being insolvent is pushed out further versus a candidate. Who says look? I support the total repeal of the affordable care act. I don't think the Medicare should negotiate for drug prices and I don't think The government has any business in mandating that everybody get coverage I. It's just something I don't believe in it. Sounds like the former candidate would really be a candidate speaking the language at AARP members want to hear as opposed to the ladder candidate. And my right. Well I think it depends on the individual issue and it's I hate the I don't mean to cop out but obviously devils in the details on some of these things but to a large degree. Yeah I mean you're talking about issues that we support and have Enunciated and over the past several years in terms of what's important to a so so obviously you know we're GonNa make sure that our members and the the electorate know where the candidates stand and we're GONNA encouraged urged candidates frankly to Make sure they get into specifics when it comes to talking about what they're trying to do and and and also offer Some some stances or some assurances that if they're in office they're going to make sure these programs are around. They're GONNA DO THEIR DARNEDEST to make sure people do have affordable health care and so on and so forth so yeah I mean it it just depends on the issue it depends on how Candidate comes to it but clearly we WANNA make it sure that the voters understand where the candidates stand on the specific issues as you outlined. Yeah absolutely absolutely well. We will be doing that on Monday. here in Las Vegas So we look forward to welcoming to town in person There but we thank you very much for your time and Being here on the podcast with us John History senior the vice president of campaigns for the AARP. Thanks again for your time. John Thank you. Thanks Sean well. That is all the time we have our J. politics this week..

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"aarp" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"aarp" Discussed on WCPT 820

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WIBC 93.1FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"aarp" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"aarp" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"aarp" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

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"aarp" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"aarp" Discussed on 600 WREC

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