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The AARP Bulletin

Iowa’s statewide primary election is Tuesday, June 4. Races include all four U.S. House seats, all 100 state House seats and 25 of 50 state Senate seats.
AARP is hitting the road with the Iowa Insurance Division and the state Office of the Attorney General to educate consumers about how to spot and avoid scams.
AARP Iowa volunteer speakers are ready to give presentations on a variety of topics important to older adults, such as “The Six Pillars of Brain Health” and “How to Make Your Home Fit for a Lifetime.”
The phone rings and the caller claims that your utilities will be shut off if you don’t immediately pay up—using a gift card. Or he says you’ve won a prize, but to claim it, you must first use a gift card to pay an upfront fee.
November is National Family Caregivers Month, and AARP Iowa is offering free resource kits for Iowans caring for loved ones.
Eight entities across the state have received 2023 AARP Community Challenge grants—totaling $57,281—for quick-turnaround projects that will help make their areas more livable for residents.
AARP Iowa and the Alzheimer’s Association are traveling around the state this fall to educate Iowans about steps they can take to help maintain cognitive health.
AARP Iowa has trained Fraud Watch Network volunteers ready to educate Iowans on how to spot and avoid the latest scams.
AARP Iowa is reminding Iowans that over-the-counter hearing aids are available under federal rules implemented last year.
AARP Iowa is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, May 24, to raise awareness about U.S. Department of Agriculture programs that provide loans and grants to very low-income homeowners to repair, improve or modernize their homes.
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