The AARP Bulletin

Iowa State Capitol In Des Moines
AARP Iowa will be advocating on issues important to older adults when the state Legislature reconvenes in Des Moines on Monday, Jan. 10.
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The state Senate has unanimously passed legislation—backed by AARP—to criminalize elder abuse. 
AARP Brain Health Study
AARP Iowa and the Alzheimer’s Association are collaborating on a series of virtual sessions about brain health. 
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AARP is promoting a plan to help more Iowans receive long-term care services in their homes.
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In July, AARP Iowa is presenting a free virtual workshop to teach older Iowans how to plan for a financially secure retirement. 
Andrus Award
AARP Iowa is seeking nominees for the AARP State Andrus Award for Community Service, its most prestigious honor. 
Family hiking in woods
AARP, the state Department of Natural Resources and Travel Iowa are offering free Iowa State Park Passports this summer to encourage residents to get out and be active after a long winter. 
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To help older Iowans age in place with caregiving and support nearby, accessory dwelling units (ADUs) are gaining popularity.
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AARP is producing a series of features about older Iowans who have created something innovative or have a special talent or skill. 
Iowa State Capitol In Des Moines
When lawmakers return to Des Moines on Monday, Jan. 11, AARP Iowa will push for legislation to impose criminal sanctions for elder abuse. 
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