AARP and Toyota are teaming up to serve the Houston area with a new kind of COVID-19 vaccine outreach—a Toyota Sienna minivan.
To help members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities navigate the complex role of caregiver, AARP in Houston will offer special events this month, including videos and a podcast.
The holidays can be a stressful time, and the coronavirus pandemic can heighten loneliness and create financial struggles for some people.
With identity theft on the rise, AARP Hawaii will update islanders on how to protect themselves from the latest scams, from stealing mail to selling bogus coronavirus treatments.
Since last fall, AARP Rhode Island has encouraged the state’s General Assembly to pass legislation to lower prescription drug costs.
The state’s 470,000 family caregivers are an unpaid lifeline for the loved ones they assist.
People over 50 are a powerful civic force in New York, comprising a strong—and not easily ignored—voting bloc. But you can’t participate if you don’t register.
AARP Louisiana is looking for people to help on a wide range of programs that strengthen communities. These include “virtual volunteers” who can help with social media, write and edit newsletters, and conduct online workshops.
AARP relies on the work of selfless volunteers who offer their time and experience to help others.
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