AARP members have a chance to experience some of the state’s unique attractions through Fun With Purpose excursions offered by AARP Hawaii: whale watching, a chocolate farm tour, the Imiloa Astronomy Center, the Big Island’s Tropical Botanical Garden, brewpub gatherings and more.
The city and county of Honolulu will look at all programs, facilities and services now and going forward to see how they affect all generations from kupuna to keiki.
AARP is partnering with Bikeshare Hawaii to offer fun, free and healthy Biki Social Rides aimed at people 50 and older during September and October. The first rides take place on Saturday, September 1 at the Lei of Parks Family Day which will link Ala Moana, Kewalo Basin and Kakaako parks with walking and biking paths.
If you are a kupuna or caregiver, especially if you take care of someone with dementia, the time to prepare for a major storm or disaster is now, before a disaster happens.
Medicare contributes $2.4 billion to Hawai‘i’s economy, equivalent to 15% of state and local government spending in the state, according to a new report from AARP released just before the 53 rd anniversary of the law.
As a caregiver, Ken Takeya knows that if a hurricane, tsunami or some other disaster strikes Hawai‘i, he needs to be by his wife’s side, rather than running around or standing in long lines to buy water, food and gas.
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