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Combatting Covid-19 Misinformation

COMBATTING COVID-19 MISINFORMATION By Susan Nash Misinformation about COVID-19 runs the gamut from false lists of symptoms to outrageous claims of miracle cures. Dr. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director of the World Health Organization, warns that “we’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic. Fake news spreads faster and more easily than this virus, [...]
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CENSUS 2020 AND OLDER ADULTS – HELP SPREAD THE WORD!

CENSUS 2020 AND OLDER ADULTS – HELP SPREAD THE WORD!By Susan Nash Census 2020 is underway and for the first time ever, the Census is online. That’s good news for technology users but not for people without the computer access or digital literacy skills to go online without help. COVID-19 has derailed plans to help [...]
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It’s a critical time to protect the finances of retirees and seniors

IT’S A CRITICAL TIME TO PROTECT THE FINANCES OF RETIREES AND SENIORSBy Steve Vernon According to the Centers for Disease Control, people age 65 and older are at a high risk for severe illness from COVID-19. Not only are seniors and retirees’ physical health particularly vulnerable to COVID-19, but they face another threat that’s been [...]
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SCL research shows how retirees and pre-retirees can protect their retirement income

STRATEGIES RETIREES AND PRE-RETIREES CAN USE SAFEGUARD THEIR RETIREMENT INCOMEBy Steve Vernon As a result of the recent downturn in the economy and stock market due to the coronavirus epidemic, many pre-retirees and retirees might be understandably anxious and worried about their financial security in retirement. During these scary economic times, older middle-income workers and [...]
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Coping With Social Isolation During the Pandemic

COPING WITH SOCIAL ISOLATION DURING THE PANDEMICBy Carol Hymowitz Staying at home and staying away from others is the new normal. More than two-thirds of Americans across 30 states have been directed not to leave their homes or apartments except to buy food, pick up medical prescriptions or get some exercise, and more may soon [...]
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Older Workers Most at Risk of Virus Least Likely to Telework

OLDER WORKERS MOST AT RISK OF VIRUS LEAST LIKELY TO TELEWORKBy Carol Hymowitz Older workers who are most at risk of getting seriously ill from Covid-19 are the least likely group able to work from home. Three- quarters of U.S. workers who are 65 or older—or about five million men and women—can’t telework, according to [...]
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Post-it test page

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