Fire season is upon us, and AARP is working to help Arizona residents prepare.
AARP is working to educate voters about new laws recently passed by the Arizona Legislature. One law could remove roughly 200,000 Arizonans from the state’s popular early-voting list.
When Tom Doescher moved from Glendale to Phoenix a few years ago, his new utility provider, Arizona Public Service, presented him with a confusing choice of rate plans. Trying to determine which option was least expensive, he used APS’ own online tool. It was a costly mistake.
Arizona is one of a few states that do not require assisted living facilities to report COVID-19 data.
The grants are “quick action,” designed to help local governments, nonprofits and other groups respond to immediate needs in quality-of-life areas. Winning projects include a garden, bus shelters, a park and community center.
The four-hour AARP Smart Driver course is aimed at refreshing the skills of drivers 50 and older but is open to anyone. Those who take it may get a reduction in their insurance rates.
May and June are AARP’s Get Healthy and Stay Healthy months. The biweekly Back to Basics series is one of several online programs that AARP Arizona is sponsoring to help people make it through the pandemic in better shape.
Volunteers are ready to help with free tax preparation, despite COVID-19. Options include online and socially distanced services.
Loneliness has been an unintended consequence of the pandemic lockdowns. AARP is advocating for ways for family caregivers to visit safely.
Election officials say they're offering as many options as possible to make sure Arizonans vote in a year when their state is expected to play a decisive role nationally.
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