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NOV 2, 2022
Looking for your next volunteer gig? Check out how you can get involved in your community with AARP Florida.
MAR 6, 2023
Our latest report features the history of Florida’s nursing home staffing standards, compiling peer-reviewed research to examine the intricate relationship between high-quality nursing homes and staffing requirements.
MAR 8, 2023
AARP's latest report on the value of caregivers shows a dramatic increase in economic value over the last 3 years
FEB 8, 2023
Here’s what to know, whether you’re a resident who’s working or retired, or if you’re considering a move to Florida.
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!
AARP is a proud sponsor of the second annual Wisdom Warrior Challenge (WWC). “The Race for the Ages,” a national track event which will take place during the month of April in different senior living communities throughout Florida, began in Palm Beach County last year as a fun and inspiring way to motivate seniors to get moving and become active, making physical activity a regular part of their lifestyle.
A message on fraud from AARP Florida State Director, Jeff Johnson.
Medicare is complicated. Join us for a free virtual seminar in your area for real-time information, tools, and resources to help you find the right plan.
Gov. Ron Desantis has said the state's goal is to vaccinate most people in its top priority group — including older adults — by February. The vaccine would then become available to more people, likely including essential workers like teachers and police officers.
This week, AARP Florida welcomed Chante’ Jones as the new Associate State Director of Advocacy.
As the Legislature begins a new session, the care delivered in the state’s roughly 700 nursing homes will again be pivotal.
We explore the history of the Rosewood Massacre and speak with a direct descendant whose family survived this horrific event.
Volunteers with AARP Florida returned to the Florida capitol this month for the first time since the pandemic. They're meeting with legislators and advocating for Floridians 50+ on issues such as long-term care, home and community-based services and affordable housing.
The March 2023 Newsletter Message from AARP Florida State Director Jeff Johnson
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