Sue Lindsey

With many aging Americans spending more time in isolation, AARP Virginia is helping locals through the Staying Sharp program.
The AARP Community Challenge program has awarded six grants in Virginia this year for quick-action projects to help communities improve public spaces, transportation and more. 
The yearlong pandemic has triggered a big increase in romance scammers who prey on lonely people confined to their homes. Swindlers stalk matchmaking websites and shower their victims with attention and then have a seemingly plausible reason why they need money to make a trip to visit.
Helpline, teleheath kits and garden among winning projectsin Virginia
Persona sale de un centro de votación en ausencia.
D.C. planea enviar una papeleta de votación a cada uno de los votantes inscritos de la ciudad.
A man walks out of an absentee voting station after voting
D.C. will mail ballots to all registered voters in early October and expand in-person early voting options to account for high expected turnout and the challenges of COVID-19.
State officials, AARP Virginia and other advocates are ramping up efforts to better protect nursing home residents and staff during the coronavirus pandemic and to respond to families worried about their relatives’ safety.
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