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In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, AARP Washington is providing information and resources to help older Washingtonians and those caring for them protect themselves from the virus and help prevent it from spreading to others.
Proposed COVID-19 budget cuts would devastate seniors and people with disabilities
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Application Deadline extended until mid-May
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Scheduling Notice: Due to Coronavirus Concerns, AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Suspends Service Until Further Notice
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We couldn't do it with out you.
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There are about $675 billion reasons that you should care about the 2020 Census. The census influences how your tax dollars are spent over the next ten years. For every person who isn’t counted it costs your community tens of thousands of dollars.
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A commitment to make the city more livable for people of all ages and abilities
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Alaskan comes to AARP from role as state long-term care ombudsman
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Do you know a volunteer, over the age of 50, who’s made a significant impact on your neighborhood? Now’s your chance to get them recognized - nominate that volunteer superstar for AARP’s most prestigious community service award.
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While some of us are still putting away holiday decorations, our elected representatives and a myriad of advocates - including AARP – are preparing for January 14, when the 105-day state legislative session begins. This year, we have our sights focused on providing relief for vulnerable homeowners, and helping Washingtonians better prepare for their future long-term care and retirement security needs.
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