Named after AARP’s founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, the Andrus Award honors outstanding volunteers from each state who dedicate their time and talent to enrich their communities.
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing many people to stay home, and that often means being isolated from family and friends.
Identity thieves cost U.S. consumers nearly $17 billion in 2017. AARP Arkansas wants to make sure residents don’t become victims.
AARP Arkansas offers many resources for older adults, including career networking, advocacy for family caregivers and programs to avoid fraud and identity theft.
Presented by: Innovative Lifestyles for Senior Living, Inc.
AARP is on a mission to make communities more livable for people of all ages, and the results can be seen in three localities.
Nearly 1 in 10 Arkansas adults are veterans, and AARP Arkansas is hard at work looking out for them.
AARP Arkansas Speakers Bureau has volunteers ready to present a variety of topics to community organizations, civic groups and churches.
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