It’s batter up to steal bases and prevent identity theft when you stop by our booth in Washington Park on the Opening Day of Baseball in Cincinnati to take a keepsake photo, spin the wheel for fun gifts when you join the AARP Fraud Watch Network and get timely tips to fight fraud and identity theft.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – AARP volunteers are meeting with legislators and working in communities throughout Ohio as a driving force for social change that enhances the lives of 50-plus Ohioans through advocacy, outreach, information and volunteer service.
A highly cited AARP study shows that 90 percent of Ohioans want to continue living in their current homes as they age. Helping make that possible for homeowners in the Cincinnati area is the nonprofit organization People Working Cooperatively (PWC).
Ohioans overwhelmingly oppose the agreements under consideration by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) that would guarantee profits for older American Electric Power (AEP) and FirstEnergy power plants, according to two independent opinion polls.
Only one week left! Pick up a free copy of the AARP HomeFit Guide at the Cincinnati Home & Garden Show when you visit our exhibit inside the Duke Energy Convention Center. The AARP HomeFit Guide is aimed at helping family caregivers and those who want to stay in the homes they love with tips to make them safe and suitable for anyone.
With hearings resuming this week in Columbus, AARP is urging the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to reject a proposed settlement with FirstEnergy that would grant the electric company an unprecedented $3.1 billion bailout.
AARP members and guests enjoyed a free screening of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Saturday in Wilder, a Cincinnati suburb in northern Kentucky, and on Monday night in Akron. Members and their guests in Columbus will gather this evening at the cinema to see the Star Wars sequel starring Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, and Carrie Fisher.