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JAN 11, 2022
All voters age 65-plus can vote safely from home in Indiana's May primaries and November general election by casting an absentee-by-mail ballot.
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JAN 11, 2022
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AARP survey details Indy’s staunch support for transit, transit expansion
The Faces & Echoes of Pearl Harbor exhibition at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science commemorates the events of this historic day that occurred 80 years ago.
AARP Indiana is excited to support two exhibitions at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science.
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Help may be available for Hoosiers who are having trouble paying their rent amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Medicare changes every year, which means it can get a little complicated when trying to understand what’s new for you. Join us for a free webinar where we’ll discuss the key takeaways from this year’s Medicare changes and what they may mean for your benefits.
AARP Indiana volunteer Joe Kendall addresses the Evansville City Council.
The Evansville City Council unanimously voted to adopt the city’s first-ever Complete Streets policy on Monday evening.
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On October 25, the Evansville City Council is voting on adopting the community’s first Complete Streets policy.
AARP Indiana is proud to sponsor an event presented by startup, civic non-profit, Indiana Town Halls, featuring U.S. Senator Mike Braun this week.
Despite their extensive training, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) are barred by Indiana law from prescribing routine drugs unless they work under a doctor’s supervision. AARP Indiana is urging state lawmakers to ease that restriction.
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AARP Indiana has long considered its staff cohesion, communication and productivity to be strengths. But State Director Sarah Waddle knew that even good teams need help to become great. So in 2016 she reached out to Indianapolis-based coach, facilitator and speaker Deseri Garcia of Vida Aventura to help the Indiana staff take the next step.
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Carver Community Organization will receive Toyota vehicles to help with COVID vaccine outreach efforts
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AARP is encouraging Hoosiers to learn about one possible way to help loved ones age in place: accessory dwelling units (ADUs).  
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