AARP Maryland

Making a difference where you live
SEP 28, 2022
AARP advocates on policy issues that matter most to Maryland residents age 50 and over and their families. In our state legislative advocacy efforts, we rely on our hundreds of volunteers and 850,000 members across Maryland.
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For a complete list of local events that AARP Maryland is participating in around the state, visit our local events page.
A polling places in Eagle River, Alaska, during the 2020 general election.
All registered voters can request a no-excuse absentee ballot or vote early.
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Any registered voter can vote absentee or cast their ballot early in person.
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AARP New Jersey, national policy experts, state decision makers, advocates and industry representatives gathered today to discuss small house nursing homes as a new model for transforming New Jersey’s long-term care facilities.
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Fitness Fridays are free, 60-minute virtual total body workouts led by DaShaun Johnson.
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AARP Massachusetts is holding Facebook live event to get information about the bivalent COVID-19 Booster
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AARP Austin in partnership Safe Streets Austin has helped create public spaces designed for residents of all ages, abilities and needs. The "Healthy Streets" initiative, allowed for the closing of a 10-mile stretch of Austin's roads to vehicles so that it would be open to walkers and cyclists. This temporary pandemic closure has now become permanent. AARP continues to fight for a healthier Austin.
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Media Advisory: The Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC) is collaborating with AARP Kentucky, the University of Louisville, and faith communities in Louisville’s 40203 Zip Code to build a community engagement approach addressing longstanding disparities in serious illness. C-TAC is a nonprofit recognized as the voice of the patient and family impacted by serious illness.
Andrus Award Recipient Tom Oliver
Tom Oliver of Bellingham is literally saving lives in his community. Oliver serves as the lead “Project Lifesaver” volunteer for Dementia Support Northwest. Project Lifesaver provides ankle tracking devices for those with dementia, enabling them to be quickly found if they wander away from home by search and rescue teams.The program works with the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Department to bring peace of mind to family caregivers of dementia patients.
Election 2020 Connecticut Primary
Connecticut voters approved a constitutional amendment allowing lawmakers to introduce early voting, and recent laws make it easier to vote absentee.
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