— If you are passionate about serving your community through education and advocacy, we have the perfect opportunity for you! Be an AARP Virginia Multicultural Community Ambassador and provide education, advocacy, and outreach in your community! AARP Virginia understands the importance of multicultural volunteers and has made a long-term commitment to multicultural communities. There are several communities – Hispanic/Latino, Asian-American Pacific Islander, and LGBT – with whom we would like to increase our volunteer footprint in an effort to engage community members age 50-plus. Not only …

— Looks what’s coming to Manchester on Saturday, July 15:  FREE hands-on workshops for those who want to get the most out of their iPads. It’s all part of the AARP TEK program (Technology, Education, Knowledge) with friendly TEK guides available to answer your questions and provide one-on-one help. Choose from four different workshops, all offered on July 15.  Registration is required.  You can register online or by calling 1 866 591 8105. Featured iPad workshops include: Intro to iPad:  Beginner …

— Looks what’s coming to Nashua on Saturday, July 22:  FREE hands-on workshops for those who want to get the most out of their iPads. It’s all part of the AARP TEK program (Technology, Education, Knowledge) with friendly TEK guides available to answer your questions and provide one-on-one help. Choose from four different workshops, all offered on July 22.  Registration is required.  You can register online  or by calling 1 866 591 8105. Featured iPad workshops include: Intro to iPad:  Beginner …

— Join AARP Virginia at one of our many local events AARP Virginia staff and volunteers work together in bringing you real possibilities to your community. We host informative workshops on how to modify your home for easy living, the ABCs of Aging and how you can make your voice heard in Washington. We also work in partnership with many community organizations to connect you to unique tools and programs to tackle issues that matter most to you and your family. Our …

— Looks what’s coming to Nashua on May 13:  FREE hands-on workshops for those who want to get the most out of their iPads. It’s all part of the AARP TEK program (Technology, Education, Knowledge) with friendly TEK guides available to answer your questions and provide one-on-one help. Choose from four different workshops, all offered on May 13.  Registration is required.  You can register online or by calling 1 866 591 8105. Featured iPad workshops include: Intro to iPad:  Beginner Workshop …

— Looks what’s coming to Concord on May 10:  FREE hands-on workshops for those who want to get the most out of their iPads. It’s all part of the AARP TEK program (Technology, Education, Knowledge) with friendly TEK guides available to answer your questions and provide one-on-one help. Choose from four different workshops, all offered on May 10.  Registration is required.  You can register online or by calling 1 866 591 8105. Featured iPad workshops include: Intro to iPad:  Beginner Workshop …

— The art of aging gracefully has changed. Traditional retirement plans are disappearing, the cost of daily living continues to rise, and nearly all people aged 65+ live with at least one chronic condition. This is why AARP New Hampshire, Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association, and the National Council on Aging present the Aging Mastery Program®.  It’s a wellness series that combines goal-setting, daily practices, and peer support to help participants make meaningful changes in their lives, cultivating health and longevity! …

— Looks what’s coming to Manchester on March 15:  FREE hands-on workshops for those who want to get the most out of their iPads.  It’s all part of the AARP TEK program (Technology, Education, Knowledge) with friendly TEK guides available to answer your questions and provide one-on-one help. Choose from four different workshops, all offered on March 15.  Registration is required.  You can register online  or by calling 1 866 591 8105. Featured iPad workshops include: Intro to iPad:  Beginner Workshop …

— By Charlene Hunter James Black History Month is once again upon us, providing a time to reflect on the history of African-Americans and the events which have shaped the course of history for many in this country. During this time, one of the things that gives me pause for reflection is the belief that there are endless possibilities in our lives. AARP, the organization that I volunteer for and have the honor to serve as Texas president, refers to this …

— Through a grant from AARP Vermont, refugee families in Burlington are participating in Parent University, a program that involves parents, grandparents and other guardians in their children’s education. Classes focus on nutrition, first aid, financial literacy, parenting skills, computer literacy and English. Over 95 percent of participants have reported increased confidence and deeper engagement in their children’s education. “Several local organizations help refugee families resettle, find jobs and adapt to life in Vermont, but little support has been available to …