Ginger Thompson

Ginger is Communications Director for AARP Virginia.
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RICHMOND — Governor Ralph Northam, Dr. Laurie Forlano of the Virginia Department of Health, and Dr. Alexis Aplasca of the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services will answer questions from AARP members during a telephone town hall at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 23.
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AARP Grandparents Photo & Video CONTEST
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AARP Pets of AARP Photo & Video CONTESTOFFICIAL RULES
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AARP Volunteers were awarded for their exemplary efforts at the 2019 All Volunteer Assembly (AVA). Devoted to honoring AARP Virginia’s most dedicated volunteers, this year’s AVA highlighted individuals committed to community service and helping everyone age with dignity and purpose.
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Are you an experienced worker looking for a job? Do you know someone 40 plus or with a disability in the Peninsula area who is job seeking? If so, AARP Virginia invites you to attend the 10th Annual Peninsula Agency on Aging Senior Job Fair, Thursday, September 12, 2019, from 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. at the Historic Triangle Messmer Community Services Center, 312 Waller Mill Road, Williamsburg presented by the Peninsula Agency on Aging.
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AARP Virginia is sponsoring Grandparents' Day at the Virginia Museum of Transportation from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 15, 2019. Spend a fun-filled afternoon with your grandchild and enjoy free ice cream, face painting, and gifts for the children from AARP Virginia while supplies last, and grandparents receive free entry. Take a ride with your grandchild on a  Vintage Diesel Train, only $3 per person with general admission and tour the Roanoke Valley Model Engineer's open house.
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AARP Virginia participated in the 23rd Annual “Healthy Aging Conference” in Williamsburg, focusing on “New Attitudes on Aging.”
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ROANOKE_ Every day, more than 1 million Virginians care for older parents, spouses, and adult children with disabilities, helping with everything from driving to the doctor’s office or getting groceries to balancing checkbooks and helping with medical care.
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ARLINGTON – Adult children of aging parents should prepare for their care before a crisis occurs, and they should try to involve the older generation in the decision making.
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