Each year since 2019, AARP Cincinnati has celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy by honoring someone who embodies living the dream in modern day times. For 2021, we will honor the legendary Funk master, William “Bootsy” Collins, with the 3rd annual Living the Dream Award.
AARP Ohio Volunteer Diane Pekunka Appointed to Ohio’s Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Task Force
AARP Ohio’s Statewide Advocacy Volunteer Lead, Diane Pekunka, has recently been appointed by Governor Mike DeWine to the newly formed Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Task Force. The Task Force is the next step in the creation of an Alzheimer’s plan for the Buckeye State.
As the holiday season approaches, buyers should be aware of potential fraud situations and scams when they do their shopping. AARP Cincinnati Associate State Director Nicole Ware has put together some helpful fraud watch tips so you can protect yourself and your loved ones this year.
Being prepared for an emergency means following some simple steps in advance so you can handle an emergency or disaster that comes your way. The safety of you and your family may depend upon you being ready!
As part of Veterans and Military Families Month and National Family Caregiving Month, AARP Cincinnati wants to recognize and support veterans by providing resources that will helpaid in their care. Whether you are looking to help a loved one or want to give back to the veterans in your community, AARP Cincinnati has made several resources available so that you can help make a difference. Read on to see what we have coming up this month!
Nursing homes are beginning to resume in-person visitation as coronavirus restrictions relax across several states. Currently, indoor visitation is allowed at Ohio nursing homes and assisted-living facilities as long as they follow certain health and safety requirements. AARP Ohio wants to ensure that all precautions are being taken in response to this change. It is important to recognize that there will be new limitations on when, where, and for how long you can visit your loved one. In Ohio, visitation requirements include a two-visitor limit for a maximum of 30 minutes and safety protocols such as social distancing and wearing face masks.
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