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AARP Florida

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AARP Florida released the 2024 Legislative Voting Record. This annual publication includes detailed information on key legislation affecting older Floridians, votes taken during committee meetings and final actions by elected officials.
Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
After a career in the Federal Aviation Administration, Ken Thomas these days performs a different kind of air traffic control: overseeing about 100 volunteers in their efforts to influence the Legislature on behalf of 2.8 million fellow AARP Florida members.
Betty Gambino’s story began in the heart of New York City's vibrant Bronx borough where she lived until she moved to suburban Long Island to raise her four children. In 1997, Betty and her family relocated to Florida, where she worked for American Express. Upon her retirement, Betty found her true calling – a dedication to service and advocacy that would define her path for years to come.
In today's tech-savvy world, while technology has certainly made life easier, it's also opened the door to sophisticated scams targeting vulnerable groups, especially older adults.
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 Florida for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
As you consider your future and the well-being of your loved ones, the task can often feel daunting and urgent. At AARP Florida, we recognize the importance of practical solutions and reliable information to guide you through these critical decisions.
Arlene Grosso is a beacon of inspiration for older adults who want to make a meaningful impact in their community. As a caregiver, she recognized a need and used her creativity and persistence to create a service that benefits her community.
Meet Sondra Morton, a dedicated volunteer from Jacksonville, Florida, whose life story is woven with threads of compassion and service.
In honor of April being National Volunteer Month, AARP Florida shines a spotlight on one of our most dedicated, Kathy Dalton Mayorga. Positioning herself as a major voice in Tallahassee for advocacy, fraud education and community outreach for the 50+ community, Kathy is a force to be reckoned with.
AARP Florida and United Way Miami invite you to a thought-provoking event that aims to shape the future of aging in Miami-Dade County.
Ready to move to Florida? We can’t blame you. With beautiful, sunny skies, no snow, and plenty of things to do, our state is truly the best place to live and retire. But beware! Whether you’re moving down the street or from a new state entirely, if you’re hiring a mover, you’re at risk of fraud. Moving homes is already a stressful experience and scammers exploit this anxiety by pressuring consumers to make quick decisions without reading the fine print of their moving estimate or contract.
As the dust settles on the 2024 legislative session, AARP Florida proudly celebrates significant victories that will positively impact Floridians aged 50 and above.
AARP FL is sponsoring free shred events at select locations around the state to help people fight back against fraud and protect them from identity theft.
Picture this: You’re going about your normal day, when you receive a call from Amazon’s Fraud Department about some strange transactions on your account – but they need you to provide some account information... Sounds fishy, right? So, you make the smart decision to hang up and contact Amazon directly.
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