Livable Communities

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Applications are currently being accepted through Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 11:59 p.m. ET
Indy
An online survey designed to provide information to improve the quality of life for older citizens in Indianapolis and Fort Wayne kicks off on Thursday (Nov. 1).
AARP Indiana lives and works in the communities we serve. We offer trusted information, workshops, and opportunities to connect at fun local events. We work with local leaders to make our neighborhoods more livable for people of all ages. To highlight this work, we’ve created a video series that tells our story.
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Communities across Indiana are working each and every day to become more livable for residents of all ages.
Fishers Age Friendly
City is the first in the state to join AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly Communities
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Here at AARP, we know that you have a lifetime of experience to offer. If you are looking for a way to share it, we can help. As an AARP volunteer within the Hoosier State you will be front and center in helping to achieve meaningful and impactful change at a local, state, and federal level while having fun along the way! Whether your interests lie in fighting fraud and scams, supporting family caregivers, making your community more safe and secure for people of all ages, or ensuring you and your loved ones financial security is sturdy for years to come, volunteering for AARP may be right for you.
Livable Communities
Fishers, a suburb of Indianapolis, has been officially designated the state’s first age-friendly community.
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AARP Indiana is continuing its efforts to protect Hoosiers from becoming victims of fraud and identity theft by teaming up with police departments, television stations, banks and county governments to host several shredding events in Fort Wayne, Evansville and Indianapolis. The events are open to everyone, and in Indianapolis, participants can also recycle small electronics for a small fee and can turn in expired prescription medications for safe disposal.
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