AARP Idaho

A voice and advocate working to protect and improve the lives of the 50 plus population in the Gem State.
JUN 14, 2022
Join a certified trainer from the Harward Recreation Center for a 60-minute circuit style fitness class at the new FitLot outdoor park. The construction and equipment for the exercise gym was funded through a grant from AARP.
JUN 24, 2022
A guide to how, when and where to get a COVID-19 vaccine or booster.
JUN 15, 2022
Welcome to the 1st edition of the Idaho AARP Blog as told by AARP volunteer (and former Boise State football player) Fred Turner.
JUN 9, 2022
Of the 122,000 veterans in Idaho only 32% have used their benefits at VA health care, according to U.S. Census Bureau.
Veterans Employment
New Platform Offers Free Courses and Resources to Boost Job Search, Overcome Underemployment
On behalf of more than 180,000 members across the Gem state, and given the challenges of the past two years, I would like to applaud Governor Little’s fiscal success during what has been a challenging time. We are proud Idaho is leading by example and hopeful of the future priorities outlined in today’s State of the State address.
Idahoans invited to attend and ask Representative Rubel and Representative Moyle their questions
Idaho Statehouse
Members of AARP Idaho can participate in its annual lobby week, advocating for older residents and learning the legislative process. This year’s event is virtual, with activities from Monday, Jan. 31, through Friday, Feb. 4.
You’re invited to join AARP Idaho and volunteers from around the state for Action Week during the Idaho Legislative session. This year’s event is virtual, with activities from Monday Jan. 31, through Friday Feb. 4. Voice your support directly to state elected officials on issues important to the 50-plus.
Covid Vaccine Trial
Eric Tegethoff, Public News Service
AARP Nevada podcast
The COVID-19 pandemic reinforced the lure of a cozy movie night at home, safe with household members and vaccinated friends.
The holidays are a time for togetherness, celebration, and giving. Unfortunately, scammers take advantage of the season to give gifts to themselves, using your money to pay for it. In fact, a new AARP study shows that the entire gift-giving process, from purchasing the perfect gift to making sure it gets to the recipient, offers a number of opportunities for scammers to get in on the act for their own benefit.
AARP Logo with state logos in background
New Crisis Standard of Care update changes focus to likelihood of survival instead of age.
Join AARP Idaho and the Idaho Scam Jam Alliance for free online events - REGISTER HERE FOR VIRTUAL SCAM JAMS
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