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AARP Hawaii

News, events and activities for Hawaii residents age 50-plus
A recent AARP survey revealed that most older Americans are likely to be unprepared if a disaster like a wildfire, hurricane or tsunami strikes; many are unfamiliar with apps and technology that can help them prepare and survive a natural disaster.
From food to fitness, and YouTube to Twitter – there’s an app for that and AARP Hawai`i, AARP Alaska and Senior Planet are teaming up to offer free weekly online classes to teach kupuna how to use the technology on Friday mornings, starting Oct. 13.
To help in an advocacy campaign for a family caregiver tax credit in the 2024 session of the Hawai‘i State Legislature, AARP is asking caregivers to share their stories.
Social Security is your money; you earned it through a lifetime of hard work. Nearly one in five Hawai‘i residents, 282,623 people, receive Social Security benefits, and 30% of residents 65 and older rely on the program for at least half of their income.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day - virtually. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Hawaii. We hope you’ll join us!
Hawaii 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.
Americans in overwhelming numbers want to age in place. Yet it’s not always simple — particularly for many Hawai‘i residents who live in rural areas.
Report Finds Hawai`i Among Top States for Nursing Home Quality and Home Care Affordability, but Systemic Gaps Include Workforce Shortages and Caregiver Support
Updated Directory to Help Kupuna go Online Available
AARP Hawaii is reaching out to more than 50,000 members with a simple message: Sign up and join in.
Fake charities, FEMA impostors and shady contractors are among the scams to watch out for after a disaster says Kathy Stokes, Director of Fraud Prevention Programs at AARP.
The wildfires on Maui are a stark reminder that a disaster can happen at any time and that thinking about and planning for a fire, hurricane, tsunami or other disaster is an imperative, especially for kupuna and caregivers of kupuna.
If you want to help Maui residents who survived the Lahaina wildfires, financial donations are being taken by the Hawai`i Community Foundation, the Aloha United Way, the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army Hawaii
Active-duty military and veterans lost more than $414 million to fraud and scams in 2022, a 195% increase from 2021, according to the Federal Trade Commission
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