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AARP Georgia

Find out more about what AARP Georgia is doing in your community and across the state.
The commission represents 11 counties serving 5.04 million Georgians.
Lewis advises listeners to regularly review their Medicare Summary Notices (MSNs) or Explanation of Benefits (EOBs) to ensure all charges are accurate and to contact their primary care provider if anything seems suspicious.
Nominate an outstanding 50+ volunteer who enriches their community for AARP Georgia's 2024 Andrus Award by July 15, 2024.
ATLANTA, Georgia— Fraud and robocalls are more than just a nuisance—they're a significant threat to consumers' finances and well-being. In the latest episode of AARP Georgia’s “Nothing But a Number,” Hilary Williams Thomas, Senior Associate State Director of Advocacy and Outreach with AARP Georgia, sits down with Anna Burns, Regional Director for the Southeast Region of the Federal Trade Commission, to mull over valuable insights on how to identify and protect yourself from various scams.
Find free online and in-person local events designed with you in mind. Discover fun exercise classes, healthy cooking demos, helpful workshops, and more.
AARP Georgia celebrates the 2024 Challenge Grant recipients, whose innovative projects enhance community safety, beauty, and connectivity across urban, suburban, and rural areas.
Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and voting options in Georgia, such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
AARP volunteers are educating Georgia residents about recent changes that could affect how they vote. Redistricting last year changed the boundaries of certain congressional and state legislative districts. A 2023 also requires employers to give workers up to two hours off for early, in-person voting.
In the latest episode of "Nothing But a Number," Alice Bennett from AARP Georgia discusses the Work and Save legislation for Georgia, featuring insights from Kathie Summers Grice, managing partner and founder of Dirigo Partners, a national advocacy firm.
In this podcast episode, we peel back the layers of some of the most prevalent scams targeting older Georgians.
Discover how AARP's advocacy for work and save legislation is addressing the retirement crisis and empowering individuals across generations.
Georgia's newly approved digital connectivity plan promises affordable, high-speed internet for all, tackling infrastructure gaps and affordability issues. AARP Georgia supports this vital initiative, emphasizing its importance for older adults and urging continued federal support for affordable internet access.
AARP Georgia spent the month of April immersed in purpose and connection as they embraced Earth Day and Volunteer Appreciation Month.
As part of AARP Georgia's commitment to empowering and safeguarding our community, we've compiled five essential tips to help you protect yourself against fraud.
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