JUL 23, 2021
Summer has officially arrived, and with it plenty of beach days, barbeques, and picnics. Now that vaccinated individuals can gather for those classic backyard bashes, it’s time to amaze friends and family alike with some delicious and healthy recipes. Over the years, AARP has teamed up with chefs all over America to share some of their summer dishes, and to celebrate, we’re recapping our favorites. For more recipes, make sure to visit aarp.org/food.
APR 21, 2020
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JUL 15, 2021
Join AARP Indiana for a virtual conversation on housing in Evansville with Congregations Acting for Justice & Empowerment (CAJE) on August 3 at 1:30 p.m. CDT via Facebook Live.
JUL 12, 2021
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Indiana for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
Is your 65th birthday coming up? You know what that means: It’s time to prepare for Medicare. Get ahead of the game with answers from our free webinar on Medicare, including when to enroll, what’s covered and where to find help along the way.
Join AARP for a free webinar to learn about common caregiving costs on things you may not expect--like travel, household expenses, medical needs and paid help.
Join AARP Indiana for a virtual conversation on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and explore how this underutilized housing option can serve the 50+ population and their families. Depending on the state or community, ADUs can exist in many shapes and sizes, and AARP Indiana staff and volunteers will speak with a local planner in Allen County to discuss which type is permitted in their jurisdiction and a local businesswoman who built an ADU addition on to her home.
This week, record-breaking temperatures are affecting the Northwest region of America, with records set in the hundreds in cities like Portland and Seattle. Streets are buckling from the immense heat, and some power cables are even melting.
A 15-member AARP Indiana volunteer team made 5,765 calls, connecting with 2,406 households during a three-month phone outreach campaign from January to April to let people know about how to schedule appointments and register for vaccines.
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth has solidified itself as a convenient and safe way to see physicians in your time of need. With just the press of a button on your phone or computer, you can connect with a doctor without the hassle of commuting, sitting in a waiting room, and paying in-person fees. However, with the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccine and re-opening of doctor’s offices to the public, is the future of telehealth in jeopardy?
The City of Evansville will soon consider a Complete Streets policy, and AARP Indiana wants you to know how you can get involved. What is a Complete Streets policy? It is a tool used in communities across the U.S. to make city streets safer and more comfortable for all road users: people walking, rolling, biking, riding the bus, or driving.
This June, AARP proudly celebrates Black Music Month—a time to recognize and applaud the rich impact of African American music on our country’s history. Over the centuries, Black music has evolved and triumphed, not only shaping America’s traditions but also preserving the experiences and culture of the Black community. From joy and success to pain and perseverance, Black artists continue to create emotional content with palpable lyrics and rhythms that unite and inspire millions.
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