The AARP Bulletin

Andrus Award
AARP Iowa is seeking nominees for the AARP State Andrus Award for Community Service, its most prestigious honor. 
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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. 
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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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AARP Iowa is calling on the state to form a task force to better protect and support nursing home residents and workers, including pushing for more staffing, personal protective equipment and virtual visitation options.
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Even during the coronavirus pandemic, AARP Iowa is encouraging local groups to schedule virtual Fraud Watch Network presentations.
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AARP Iowa is encouraging all Iowans to participate in the 2020 census.
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