AARP Colorado

Keeping Coloradans informed, engaged and active
MAY 20, 2022
A guide to when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine
MAY 3, 2022
Social media sites like Facebook, Instagram and any app that lets you connect (chat) with people can provide a convenient way to interact with others. It is important to remember that scammers also commonly use these platforms to find victims. Scammers often create fake profiles and pretend to either be someone you know, someone you want to know or an entity you trust. Because there are fake profiles it is difficult to know who you can trust on social media sites. The following are some red flags that you might be targeted by a scammer on Facebook or another social media platform:
MAY 1, 2022
As the Tuesday, June 28, primaries approach, AARP Colorado is encouraging voters to make sure their voices are heard.
APR 25, 2022
Xcel’s 1.5 million customers, over 90 percent of whom are residential, already pay three clean-air surcharges and more have been written and passed into law since 2019. This year has been especially hard hit with rate hikes.
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Colorado gained an additional congressional seat in the once-a-decade redistricting process. The newly formed 8th District extends from Denver’s northern suburbs into Weld County.
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AARP Colorado would like you to be aware of the 2022 Senior Law & Safety Summit. The event will take place Saturday, May 21, 2022 from 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM at 9899 Schwab Way, Lone Tree, CO 80124
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Catalytic converter theft has become a huge problem in Colorado and throughout the entire country.   According to Colorado State Patrol data, only 151 catalytic converter thefts were reported to Colorado law enforcement agencies in 2019. In 2020, that number jumped to 930. Theft of the emissions-control devices increased by nearly 1,500% statewide in 2021, the largest year-over-year jump among all states.  Nationwide, catalytic converter thefts more than quadrupled in 2021.
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Grandparents raising grandchildren should not throw away this card from the Colorado Department of Human Services. It's not a scam and has valuable benefits for your household.
Nation Goes To The Polls In Contentious Presidential Election Between Hillary Clinton And Donald Trump
Every registered voter automatically receives a ballot by mail
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There is strong scientific evidence that behavior changes and lifestyle habits can have a positive impact on brain health – yet many adults struggle to implement such changes. In a new report released today, “How to Sustain Brain Healthy Behaviors: Applying Lessons of Public Health and Science to Drive Change,” the Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH) outlines how individuals, communities and policymakers can all take steps to support brain health.
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Review these key questions to ask about your solar installation BEFORE signing on the dotted line. The Colorado Solar and Storage Association strongly recommends that every consumer looking to purchase solar and/or storage, solicit bids from at least THREE installers.
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With the nation focused on the up-coming elections, we are often asked what role AARP plays. It’s simple: We work to make sure that your voice is heard and that your vote counts.
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AARP Colorado is nearing the halfway mark in the Colorado Legislative session and the volunteers and I have been hard at work championing bills that support, protect and empower older Coloradans and their families.
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Scammers follow the headlines and take advantage of them when they can. Public desire to support  Ukraine in this critical time of need is no exception.  
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