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AARP Georgia

Find out more about what AARP Georgia is doing in your community and across the state.
AARP's connection to Hip-Hop
The names of the first 10 Medicare drugs whose prices the federal government will negotiate directly with manufacturers were released Aug. 29. Popular but pricey blood thinners, diabetes medications, cancer treatments make historic list.
We are thrilled to welcome Wanda S. Lloyd as an AARP Georgia ambassador.
The city serves 13,942 Georgians and 8.2% are 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 Georgia for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
Georgia residents can schedule new COVID-19 vaccine appointments or walk into a nearby pharmacy to get a shot. Here’s how to find an updated vaccine near you.
Seven local entities in Georgia won AARP Community Challenge grants this year, totaling nearly $100,000, for quick-turnaround projects that aim to increase livability.
AARP Georgia is thrilled to announce the addition of Eva Chauveau to our team as the newest intern. Eva will be working closely with Kay to support our Age-Friendly efforts in Metro Atlanta.
Communities across Georgia are working to become more livable for residents of all ages.
This groundbreaking partnership aims to provide support and resources to Black churches in the greater Atlanta area as they chart a new path forward following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social Security is your money — you earned it through a lifetime of hard work. And like most Americans, that money is needed to help cover living expenses and pay bills. Nearly one in six Georgia residents – 1,902,790 million people – receive Social Security benefits, and 41.8 percent of residents 65 and older rely on the program for at least half of their income.
We warmly welcome Tesia Baker and Jaelyn Watson as they embark on an exciting journey with us.
After four decades as a smart-money, anti-fraud crusader, Clark Howard, who turns 68 this month, isn't slowing down. He talks with the AARP Bulletin about money, work, health and retirement.
Callers will be able to ask Ossoff their questions live on the call.
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