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Arkansas ranks 49th nationally in the quality of its internet service, making it harder for individuals and businesses to use telehealth services, watch movies online or keep in touch with loved ones.
United States Congressman Bruce Westerman visited the AARP Arkansas state office during his break from Washington, D.C
State Director Ashley McBride chimes in on Arkansas' broadband needs.
AARP Arkansas volunteers visit the state capitol to meet lawmakers and listen in on committee meetings.
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.
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.
AARP has a goal to protect vulnerable adults and provide their caregivers with the tools necessary to make important decisions. When an older adult plans for the future, they often consider what would happen if they develop difficulty in making decisions. For instance, this might happen if they have a disease that is progressive and could affect their ability to think clearly.
AARP Arkansas offers many resources for older adults, including career networking, advocacy for family caregivers and programs to avoid fraud and identity theft.
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