With the aging of the population in the state of Maryland officials from the AARP are getting together to see what can be done to protect seniors in the coming years.
Maryland News Connection reporter Allison Burns has the story:
Perhaps the best employer in Maryland for seniors is located in Bethesda where the National Institutes of Health has made a concerted effort to hire those over 50.
Maryland News Connection reporter Allison Burns has the story.
Senior citizens in Maryland are increasingly becoming victims of financial crime that include includes members of their own family.
That’s according to the AARP.
DOVER, Del. (AP) - The state Senate is eyeing a bill that would establish a new financial penalty for crimes against senior citizens in order to raise money to fund programs aimed at helping seniors.
The bill passed the House in January and the Senate is expected to consider it on Tuesday.
The legislation creates an additional penalty of $100 for crimes committed against people who are 62 years old or older.