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AARP Idaho

A voice and advocate working to protect and improve the lives of the 50 plus population in the Gem State.
JUL 22, 2024
Learn how to use technology that could enhance your life with Senior Planet from AARP!
JUL 22, 2024
Nancy Lee Hendricks to join AARP Idaho Executive Council
JUL 19, 2024
Chuck Harwood from the Federal Trade Commission will provide updates on consumer protection issues, fraud prevention tips, current trends happening in Idaho as well as answer your specific questions.
JUL 18, 2024
It’s a fact: the lives of America’s most vulnerable seniors, including many here in Idaho, are at risk because the unchecked nursing home industry chooses profits over providing enough staff to meet basic levels of care. For years, seniors in under-staffed nursing homes have been forced to sit in soiled underwear, suffer painful bed sores, miss life-saving medications, and worse. When the nursing home industry can center profits over people, nursing home residents pay the price – sometimes with their lives.
Find free online and in-person local events designed with you in mind. Discover fun exercise classes, healthy cooking demos, helpful workshops, and more.
Looking to keep your identify safe? AARP Idaho is offering a free opportunity to shred personal documents — and possibly keep scammers at bay.
AARP Awards Grants to Four Organizations in Idaho as Part of Nationwide Program to Make Communities More Livable
New Knowledge Adventures (NKA) is a lifelong continuing education program for older adults designed to offer exceptional learning, exploration and fellowship opportunities in a comfortable and non-competitive surrounding. It's a great way to learn something new and make friends along they way.
We’re serious about wanting to help consumers fight identity theft! Stay one step ahead of identity thieves with AARP Idaho at a free shredding event.
See Fly Me to the Moon in Pocatello!
You're invited to a night out....on us!
Join us for a telephone town hall meeting with Senator Mike Crapo
Retired longtime educator Irene Chavolla says she plans to rely on her language skills and years of experience dealing with families to fulfill her role as the newest member of AARP Idaho’s volunteer executive council.
New National Survey: More Than Half of Veterans Are Unaware of Their Housing Benefits and a Quarter Need Financial Help for Home Modifications
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