Maryland features some world-class museums, theatre, zoos, as well as other cultural and sporting events. We're working with organizations statewide, from Oakland to Ocean City and places in between, to bring terrific offers on exciting cultural events to AARP members and their guests throughout 2019 and beyond!
AARP Maryland has released findings of a statewide survey highlighting Maryland family caregiver experiences, challenges and needs. The survey recognizes and supports the important role that an estimated 771,000 Maryland residents have as family caregivers. Their unpaid work and assistance makes it possible for their parents, spouses or other loved ones to live independently at home – where they want to be.
The following was written by AARP Maryland's Summer/Fall 2015 Communications Intern, Brandon Edwards. Brandon is a senior at Towson University, and he along with several of his classmates participated in AARP's 2015 Celebration of Service on 9/11 in Washington DC.
On Wednesday, October 28 and Thursday, October 29, join AARP Maryland and the Baltimore County Department of Aging at the 2015 Baby Boomer and Senior Expo at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Maryland.
AARP's annual Andrus Awards for Community Service acknowledges volunteers that have gone above and beyond to give back to give back to their communities through service. This year, in Maryland, we are proud to honor Bethesda resident Mary Bochanis!
Iden tity theft, investment fraud, and scams rob millions of Americans of their hard-earned money. Last year, 13 million people were victims of identity theft alone—that’s one person every 2 seconds. Wouldn’t you say that all of your hard earned money should remain with you and not at the hands of con-artists and identity thieves? We do, too! Learn how to spot common fraud tactics and how to join the AARP Fraud Watch Network, a collaborative resource from AARP and our members to warn about scams in your community, at one of two free "scam jam" events on September 28 in both Hagerstown and McHenry, MD.
Is your home's addr ess number clearly visible from the street? Are your exterior walkways free of tripping hazards? Is a telephone easily accessible on each floor of your home? These are some examples of ways to keep your home in shape for the long run. As we age, our homes should be aging properly with us!
Returning from your life-long dream vac ation? Recently retired? Constantly wondering what the next move in your life will be? AARP's Life Reimagined is a vision, a methodology, and a community that helps people rediscover what truly matters and focus on what they really want to do. Join us on September 30th during a free, refreshing workshop in Frederick on how to reimagine your life in your own personal well-being, your occupation, and your relationships.
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