AARP Hawaii

News, events and activities for Hawaii residents age 50-plus
JUN 4, 2021
Fast, Healthy and Ono whole wheat banana muffins and gluten free cookies, plus barbeque ribs and refreshing summer salads are on the menu for AARP Hawai`i’s popular cooking webinars this summer.
JUN 11, 2021
The Hawaii Office of Veterans Services, the Hawaii Veterans Foundation, and AARP have joined forces to deliver an online Hawaii State Veterans Summit this month through the end of July.
MAY 24, 2021
From Zoom or Facebook video calls with family to online visits to your doctor, the internet has been a lifeline for küpuna during the COVID-19 pandemic.
JUN 9, 2021
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
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Exercise your brain, test your fraud prevention knowledge, have fun and win prizes at an AARP Hawai`i virtual trivia game.
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Move to the beat for fun and fitness with AARP Hawai`i’s “You Can Do This!” Zumba Gold online exercise classes on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. starting May 11 through June 15.
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Crepes, curry, chocolate cake and roasted meats on a stick are on the menu in May during AARP Hawai`i’s Fast, Healthy and Ono cooking webinars with Windward Windward Community College Chef Daniel Swift.
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Plug in to AARP Hawai`i’s free “Energy Unplugged” webinar and learn how to save money on your electric bill by simply changing a few things you do at home.
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AARP Hawaii worked with the state Health Department, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency and community pharmacies to vaccinate vulnerable community care home residents. That includes those in foster care and homes for individuals with developmental disabilities.
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Learn to recognize and reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes at a free webinar offered by AARP Hawai`i on Tuesday, May 4 at 2 p.m.
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What would you do if you got a cashier’s check in the mail, and were told you could cash it then keep what was left over — after buying gift cards and completing a consumer survey?
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Most people want to grow old in the neighborhoods and communities that they feel comfortable in, especially if that place is on Hawai`i island. But it’s not always easy to age in place. There can be financial and legal issues, limited housing options and caregiving considerations.
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Learn about your rights as either a landlord or tenant during the COVID 19’s moratorium on evictions during a free webinar on Hawai`i Landlord-Tenant Mediation on Tuesday, April 13 at 6 p.m.
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The coronavirus pandemic finds older adults still sheltering at home, wary of even trips to the grocery store. By donating to food banks, Hawaii residents can help ensure that kupuna eat nourishing fare.
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