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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.
To help more residents get high-speed internet across the state, AARP Georgia and others are researching the best ways to deploy new federal funds included in last year’s bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Friday, Dec. 13th at Gwinnett Tech
New Research: More People 50-Plus Using Tech to Stay Connected to Friends, Loved Ones; AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins Highlights Social Connection at Inaugural CES Pitch Competition
More than 3.2 million Georgians live in medically underserved areas, meaning there are not enough health care professionals to tend to their needs. The problem is especially acute in rural areas.
Our Two-Part Online Q&A Session Can Help You Stay Up-to-Date
Technology has changed the way we live, learn and work and in the case of telehealth, it’s also saving time and saving lives!
Attend a FREE, hands-on workshop with tablets provided for practice. Friendly Technology, Education, Knowledge (TEK) guides will answer your questions.
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