The AARP Bulletin

Stretching out their legs and backs
A fitness center in Surprise is seeking to help people with differing physical abilities, chronic medical conditions and aging challenges reach their fitness goals.
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Come to the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix for tours and workshops to explore connections between music and memory — including for those facing cognitive impairment.
Computer Crime
Fighting back against fraud and scams requires understanding how con artists think and operate.
With a new governor, attorney general, secretary of state and legislators in office in January, AARP Arizona will work on several issues in 2023, including long-term care, housing, transportation, retirement savings and drug prices.
Girl in sportswear in yoga lotus position on the grass against the backdrop of the city on a sunny day
Miss face-to-face meetings? Coach SheriAnne Little’s Back to Basics nutrition and wellness program is beginning in-person sessions, though the free classes will continue to be available online.
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If an apartment listing seems too good to be true, it probably is.
Scottsdale officials and regional health care provider HonorHealth are teaming up to determine whether the city can be designated as a “blue zones community,” an area where people tend to live longer, healthier lives.
Home healthcare nurse with senior adult patient. Medications.
Confused by long-term care options and who pays? AARP Arizona has a new video to help families navigate this complex system.
For the second pandemic year in a row, AARP Arizona is hosting a virtual Day at the Legislature for members to hear from state lawmakers and AARP leaders on issues important to older Arizonans.
Frank Thompson first stumbled upon what would become his life’s work and passion—drumming—at an outdoor festival in San Diego 35 years ago.
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