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SPEAKERS BUREAU LIBRARY OF PRESENTATIONS

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Alzheimer’s Communication - Effective Words and Interactions

Alzheimer’s Stages of Progression - Changes to Expect and Watch For

Alzheimer’s Warnings & Absolutes - Cautionary Notes for Caregivers

Alzheimer’s How To Know It’s Time - The Cues For Needing a Nursing Home

Drug Prescriptions & Costs – What’s Being Done to Bring Costs Down?

The Empowered Patient – How To Be Your Own Healthcare Advocate

Federal Subsidies – Why Are Our Taxpayer Dollars Being Squandered?

Medicare Enrollment –Medicare Advantage vs. Medigap “G”

Medicare Privatization – Diverting Taxpayer Money from Patient Care to Ins. Co. Shareholder Profits

Mental Health Issues in The Villages – Strategies for Finding Reliable Mental Health Services in The Villages

Military Retiree Health Care – Status of Programs for Veterans & Their Families

Plan For Life – Advance Planning Strategies

See How Your FL Senators and Representative
Voted on Legislation For Seniors

Senate and House Companion Bills that the NRLN Supports in this 116th Congress
Yes = they are co-sponsoring this bill; or No = uncertain or against. Note: Click a bill description to see a brief explanation. To see the bill, all co-sponsors and a full explanation go to www.congress.gov and enter bill #.

Senate Bill # Sen. Rubio Sen. Scott House Bill# FL11Rep. Webster

NRLN Villages Chapter Updates

The NRLN and AREF Partnership

The National Retiree Legislative Network (NRLN) created the American Retirees Education Foundation (AREF) in 2014 to develop whitepapers and advocate policy recommendations for retirement security to federal policymakers, constituency groups, the media, and the general public. The AREF, an IRS 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, researches and produces whitepapers and other materials and can use them to educate NRLN members and other advocates on how to present legislative proposals.

The AREF can advocate proposals to members of Congress and federal agencies but once a proposal is introduced as a bill, only the NRLN, an IRS 501(c)4 non-exempt organization, can lobby for passage of a bill. The AREF can advocate but not lobby. This allows members to make tax-deductible donations that are accounted for separately from NRLN contributions. To learn more about the AREF and NRLN go to www.seniorsaref.org and www.nrln.org.

NRLN and AREF Revenue

Seventy-five percent of NRLN revenue comes from non-deductible individual contributions. The other twenty-five percent of NRLN revenue comes from company retiree association dues paid to the NRLN.  NRLN Chapters are supported by a portion of contributions made by Chapter members. For individual contributions to the NRLN go to http://www.nrln.org/JoinUs.htm. Either click on the link to printout the contributions form and mail it with a check or click on the link to make a credit card contribution.

All AREF revenue comes from individual tax-deductible donations. A donation to the AREF may be made by going to the AREF website at www.seniorsaref.org and clicking on the “Donations” tab.

The NRLN annual solicitation to NRLN Villages Chapter members will be in late October 2019.  However, anyone can make voluntary non-deductible contributions to the NRLN or tax-deductible donations to the AREF at any time. 

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RMD Waiver in 2020 to Senator McConnell

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