Angela Foreshaw

Established in 1987, the Pennsylvania State Office of AARP is located in downtown Harrisburg, with an additional office in Philadelphia. Serving 1.8 members in the state, AARP Pennsylvania is working to enhance the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians as they age. AARP Pennsylvania 30 North 3rd Street Suite 750 Harrisburg , PA 17101 Phone: 1-866-389-5654 (toll-free) Fax: 1-717-236-4078 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday One Liberty Place 1650 Market Street, Suite 675 Philadelphia, PA 19103 Phone: 1-866-389-5654 (toll-free) Fax: (Fax) 215-665-8529 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday Long Term Care: In Pennsylvania, AARP is working to protect long term care services for seniors including home and community based services. Social Security and Medicare: AARP is working to strengthen Social Security and Medicare for senior, near-retirees and future generations. Utilities: AARP Pennsylvania is working to educate Pennsylvania residents age 50+ who are concerned about the rising costs of electricity in their homes and to ensure the proper consumer protections are in place. Volunteerism: AARP has a long history of volunteerism and the important contributions AARP volunteers make to their communities, neighbors and the programs they serve. We always welcome new volunteers to serve in a variety of roles with AARP Pennsylvania To reach AARP Pennsylvania during regular business hours, call toll free 1-866-389-5654 or email . Find us on Facebook!
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Today, thousands of older adults are experiencing hunger and there are even more at risk due to the recession. In Philadelphia over 330,000 people are at risk for hunger, and nationally nearly 9 million older adults face food insecurity.
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Older adults are an important part of the Philadelphia County community. Influenza (commonly known as “the flu”) is a contagious disease that can be severe and life-threatening, especially for adults 65 years of age and older. AARP community partner Center in the Park will be sponsoring a flu prevention fair.
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Technology has changed the way we do nearly everything. Whether you want to communicate with someone, order food, or play a game, there’s an app for that. Last semester, with a grant from McLean Contributionship, Philadelphia AARP Experience Corps volunteers used iPads to deliver support to first and  second grade students struggling with reading. What tutors and children alike learned was that using tech for learning can be a lot of fun.
 AARP is currently accepting applications for a communication and community outreach intern in our Philadelphia office for the 2014-2015 fall/spring semester. If you are or know anyone interested in the position, email Angela Foreshaw your resume at Applicants must be able to commit to 20 hours per week for this paid position.
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Created in 2002, AARP Movies for Grownups® celebrates films with a special relevance to 50+ moviegoers throughout the year in AARP’s award-winning multimedia channels: AARP The Magazine; online at; on radio; at events; and more.
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