MAR 2, 2021
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
MAR 5, 2021
Joe Garbanzos has been named AARP’s California State President. The state president is a volunteer who serves as spokesperson and representative for AARP across California. In this role, Joe will chair the all-volunteer Executive Council, a diverse group of professionals who provide advice and counsel to advance AARP’s social mission in California.
A Message from Nancy McPherson, AARP California State Director on Asian American and Pacific Islander Hate Crimes:
FEB 22, 2021
AARP strongly believes that we must stand together to stop racism and work towards dismantling racist narratives.
FEB 17, 2021
Applications are currently being accepted NOW through Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 5:00 p.m. PT.
JAN 28, 2021
The newly published AARP CA Listening Report: Rebuilding the Social Compact on Housing for All Californians highlights impediments and solutions to California’s housing crisis, as well as where AARP can position its resources and support to effect change.
Family caregiving has been even more challenging during the coronavirus pandemic, as caregivers work to protect both themselves and their health-compromised loved ones from infection.
Frequent public safety power outages can have a devastating impact on older adults and those with health problems, and AARP California is advocating for measures to protect them.
From offering miracle cures for COVID-19 to seeking personal information for stimulus checks, scammers are taking advantage of the global pandemic to steal people’s money and identities.
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