Attend a Life Reimagined Checkup for Your Life

Posted on 04/1/2015 by | AARP Massachusetts | Comments

Volunteering At AARP, Real Possibilities means that anything is possible and that age doesn’t define people. In fact, we believe that age and experience can expand—not limit—possibilities. Figuring out those possibilities is where AARP’s Life Reimagined program comes in. Life Reimagined is like a personalized guidance system. You start where you are in your life, and— through a series of fun, simple exercises—see where the possibilities lead you. With a Life Reimagined Checkup you’ll get a personalized approach that helps you …

Will Your Home Be Ready as You Age?

Posted on 04/1/2015 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

Home & Family By Kenneth J. Cooper John and Hannelore Meyer, both 75, are in excellent health. The expert skiers try to spend at least 30 days on the slopes each winter. Both work out in a gym three days a week. He takes long bike rides, and she hikes and kayaks. But the Meyers have been preparing for eventual physical frailty since buying a ranch-style retirement home in Orleans on Cape Cod almost 20 years ago. “I liked the fact that it …

Discover Your ‘What’s Next?’ Moment: Attend an Upcoming Life Reimagined Checkup!

Posted on 03/13/2015 by | AARP Massachusetts | Comments

Events | Health & Wellbeing | Home & Family | Volunteering At AARP, Real Possibilities means that anything is possible and that age doesn’t define people. In fact, we believe that age and experience can expand—not limit—possibilities. Figuring out those possibilities is where AARP’s Life Reimagined program comes in. Life Reimagined is like a personalized guidance system. You start where you are in your life, and— through a series of fun, simple exercises—see where the possibilities lead you. With a Life Reimagined Checkup you’ll get a personalized approach that helps you …

Join Upcoming AARP Conference Call to Learn About the Governor’s Budget for Fiscal 2016

Posted on 03/12/2015 by | AARP Massachusetts | Comments

Advocacy | Caregiving | Events | Finances 50+ | Health & Wellbeing | Home & Family | Money & Work | Press | Volunteering On Wednesday, March 4, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker released his budget recommendations for the 2016 fiscal year. The $38 billion spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year is the governor’s first budget proposal and provides some insights about his priorities, which include curbing state spending in MassHealth, increasing education funding, and creating new jobs and economic competitiveness. The governor made budget recommendations that provide increased funding for several key programs and services that are central to the health, safety, and …

Join AARP Massachusetts As a Social Media Volunteer!

Posted on 03/11/2015 by | AARP Massachusetts | Comments

Community | Contact Us | Volunteering Want to volunteer with AARP Massachusetts from the comfort of your computer keyboard? It’s easy: Become one of our Social Media Volunteers by ‘Liking’ us on Facebook and ‘Following’ us on Twitter. Keep in touch with what’s happening here at the state office by monitoring both of our social platforms. Be the first to know about sweepstakes we run and upcoming events we’re planning. And by simply ‘liking’ and share our Facebook content, and ‘favoriting’ and RTing our Twitter tweets, you’ll …

Learn to Protect Yourself from Scams, Fraud, and Identity Theft: Join Us in Plymouth!

Posted on 03/11/2015 by | AARP Massachusetts | Comments

Events | Local Resources | Press | Volunteering Concerned about becoming a victim of identity theft and/or a scam? It’s a very real concern; after all, con artists steal billions from Americans every year. Take action by joining us for a free discussion with the AARP Fraud Watch Network and learn how to spot and avoid identity theft and fraud to protect yourself and your family. It’s free of charge for everyone — members, non-members and people of all ages. Because at AARP, we’re committed to safeguarding Americans’ financial futures.   …