Looking for useful lessons for a safe and healthy life? AARP Arkansas has a team of experts ready to provide free virtual presentations on an array of topics. AARP Speakers Bureau volunteers can discuss:
Former AARP Arkansas State Director Herb Sanderson thinks a lot about the 67-year-old woman who came into an Area Agency on Aging in the 1970s with no appointment, asking for a job.
Arkansas’ Tuesday, May 24, primaries could decide general election candidates for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, governor, state legislature and other offices.
What has AARP Arkansas done for you lately? Despite the pandemic, AARP racked up important state legislative accomplishments in 2021 to help people 50 and older.
Quality home- and community-based care allows older Americans to achieve a key AARP goal: to age in place. Two-thirds of state long-term care funds go to nursing homes, and the rest is used to keep people in their homes.
AARP’s Financial Resilience team is working to ensure you are able to take charge of your future by offering unbiased information as you work, plan and save for long-term financial security.
AARP Arkansas offers a wide array of benefits to people over 50, including advocacy and events on fraud prevention and caregiving. With the state Legislature in session, it’s important for members to know about issues that affect them.
More than just mood killers, social isolation and loneliness can lead to serious physical ailments, including heart disease, depression, stroke and premature death.
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