The AARP Bulletin

Older Hoosiers could receive financial help after state lawmakers approved a $200 taxpayer refund.
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Hoosiers can help make their communities more livable for all residents by conducting walk audits that help evaluate how safe and easy (or not) it is for pedestrians to get around neighborhoods. 
A new program is helping low-income Hoosiers save on their high-speed internet bills.
AARP Indiana is encouraging its members to try something different in the new year and explore the organization’s volunteer opportunities. 
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Help may be available for Hoosiers who are having trouble paying their rent amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
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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).  
A new AARP-sponsored fitness park is now open at the Fort Wayne Community Center, at 233 W. Main St. 
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With an online guide, AARP is informing Hoosiers about how the state is rolling out the vaccines.
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The new legislative session begins Monday, Jan. 11, and older Hoosiers will want to keep an eye on the progress of legislation that affects them.
Four organizations have received AARP 2020 Community Challenge grants to fund projects that can be quickly executed to improve the quality of life for people of all ages. 
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