AARP members and their guests are invited to a free screening of the film “The Lovers” at the Marcus South Shore Cinema located at 7261 South 13th Street in Oak Creek Milwaukee on Thursday, August 24, 2017. Seating is limited, RSVPs are required.
Are you age 50 or older and still have a great passion for athletics and competition? Why not test your skills against your peers in one or more of many events offered by the Wisconsin Senior Olympics. Registration is now open for the next round of Games, which will be held Aug. 13-Sept. 11, 2016. When you register, AARP members and their guests can use the coupon code GetFit to receive $5 off the registration fee.
Money matters when it comes to enjoying peace of mind and independence in life! Yet saving in these tough economic times is hard and being responsible isn’t always enough. An unstable stock market, Washington gridlock and an uncertain economy can make the dream of financial peace of mind seem out of reach.
Wisconsin’s Legislature is taking on Alzheimer’s and dementia. The State Assembly is scheduled to look at a package of measures that will benefit people with Alzheimer’s and dementia and their families.
We’ve all heard the saying “fifty is the new thirty.” At AARP, we are challenging aging myths through a concept we call “disrupt aging.” The simple truth is we’re not becoming younger as we get older, but we are redefining what it means to “act our age.”
Huge victory for Wisconsin and AARP members, as the state has received federal approval to reapprove and extend SeniorCare through Dec. 31, 2018. SeniorCare helps about 60,000 Wisconsinites each month by reducing prescription drug costs for low-income state residents over age 65.
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