— As they age, most people want to remain living in their homes for as long as they can. But will their homes safely age along with them? The AARP HomeFit Workshop, part of AARP Livable Communities programming, teaches people how to make modifications to their homes, thereby allowing them to safely “age in place.” Changes range from simple, no cost solutions to larger, more expensive retrofits. Join AARP Massachusetts at the Ipswich Senior Center on Friday, Aug. 18, 1:30 p.m., for a free …

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— 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. Our events are for educational purposes and no products are promoted. We also work in partnership with many community organizations to connect you to unique tools and programs to …

— As they age, most people want to remain living in their homes for as long as they can. But will their homes safely age along with them? The AARP HomeFit Workshop, part of AARP Livable Communities programming, teaches people how to make modifications to their homes, thereby allowing them to safely “age in place.” Changes range from simple, no cost solutions to larger, more expensive retrofits. Join AARP Massachusetts at the Plymouth Public Library on Thursday, May 4, 2017, from 10:30 …

— Small changes in your home can make a big difference in your life. They can make your home a space that enables you to thrive as your living situation changes and make life easier for visitors to your home—from grandchildren to adult children and friends. Attend this free workshop to find out how simple changes to your home can create an environment where everyone is welcome, and everyone can flourish. AARP is teaming up with Rebuilding Together Arlington – Fairfax …

— AARP Massachusetts offers free presentations for community groups across the state on topics such as AARP Fraud Watch Network, Life Reimagined and HomeFit. Participants can learn how to guard against fraud and identity theft, navigate life transitions and modify their homes to age in place. To ensure that all communities have access to these programs, AARP is seeking bilingual volunteers. If you speak Spanish or another language and would like to become a presenter, AARP will train you and provide …

— AARP Massachusetts ofrece presentaciones gratis sobre temas como la Red contra el Fraude, Life Reimagined (en inglés) y HomeFit a los grupos comunitarios alrededor del estado. Los participantes pueden descubrir cómo protegerse contra el fraude y el robo de identidad, navegar las transiciones de la vida y modificar sus hogares para poder permanecer en ellos mientras envejecen. Para garantizar que todas las comunidades tengan acceso a estos programas, AARP está en busca de voluntarios bilingües. Si hablas español u otro …

— The Arlington Central Library is about to be very busy in the upcoming months as it hosts three AARP workshops which take place in October through November. The workshops are the AARP HomeFit Workshop, Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities, and Caregiving 101: Preparing to Care for Your Loved One. The AARP HomeFit Workshop will be held in the Central Library Auditorium on Monday, October 10th at 10:30 A.M. and Saturday, October 15th at 3:00 P.M. This workshop teaches …

— As they age, most people want to remain living in their homes for as long as they can. But will their homes safely age along with them? The AARP HomeFit Workshop, part of AARP Livable Communities programming, teaches people how to make modifications to their homes, thereby allowing them to safely “age in place.” Changes range from simple, no cost solutions to larger, more expensive retrofits. Join AARP Massachusetts at the Westfield Senior Center on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, from …

— Refresh your safety awareness skills and attend a TRIAD-sponsored seminar in your area this summer. TRIAD is a group of law enforcement, fire fighters and community partners who work to promote adult safety. The volunteer organization unites law enforcement and the 50+ population, in addition to community agencies, to identify and provide education in necessary areas. Area TRIADs are hosting multiple safety programs, listed below, in the Des Moines and Cedar Rapids areas. Read below to find one near you! …

— AARP Iowa is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to create a better community. The two programs, Cedar Valley Habitat for Humanity’s A Brush with Kindness, and the Greater Des Moines Habitat for Humanity’s Rock the Block!® work to revitalize neighborhoods while making homes safer, more affordable and accessible. Volunteers are needed to help with painting, landscaping, light carpentry and minor exterior home repairs. No experience is necessary and all materials are provided. To learn more, attend one an informational …