AARP Colorado

Keeping Coloradans informed, engaged and active
DEC 1, 2022
The AARP Community Challenge grant program this year funded four quick-action projects in Colorado to enhance public spaces for residents of all ages.
NOV 21, 2022
AARP mourns with the families and friends of the Club Q shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The LGBTQ+ community deserves to feel safe and live their lives without fear of violence. We would be remiss in not recognizing the additional lives that were lost this year to violence in the transgender community. Their names are not always known, but they will never be forgotten.
NOV 18, 2022
Every registered voter automatically receives a ballot by mail.
NOV 17, 2022
October is the official start of flu season, and the time when many people consider getting a flu shot. In addition to protecting you from the flu, the shot may also help protect your brain.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Colorado. We hope you’ll join us!
Do you know about the latest ways scammers are targeting people during the holidays? You can keep yourself and loved ones safe with help from our holiday scams webinar.
The holiday season creates new ways for scammers to victimize consumers. Especially with many consumers turning to online shopping it is even more important to remain vigilant. Here are a few steps you can take to help make this holiday shopping season safe:
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Aurora resident Joanie Ryan was crowned Ms. Colorado Senior America at the 29th Annual Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant on Oct. 9 at Northglenn Recreational Center’s Parsons Theatre.
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Advocates meet weekly during the annual state legislative session and have tracked 119 bills this year so far.
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In 13 years as an AARP legislative advocate, Kathleen Flynn has worked on behalf of Colorado’s seniors in areas from affordable housing to telecommunications.
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For most people, the end of Daylight Savings Time on Sunday, Nov. 6, means an extra hour of sleep. But for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, it may accelerate the disorientation that comes with “sundowning” that can last through the winter months.
Connect for Health Colorado
A guide to when, where and how to sign up for health insurance in Colorado
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A guide to when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine or booster.
Each year, the Denver Public Library celebrates the contributions of Latinos with the Latino Community Service Awards. Chief among those awards is the Lena L. Archuleta Community Service Award, named for the late educator and community activist. This year, that award was bestowed on Dr. Irene Martinez Jordan.
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