The AARP Bulletin

Saving for Retirement
As the state legislature reconvenes this month, AARP Kansas plans to work with lawmakers to help ensure that more workers are financially able to retire. 
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AARP Kansas is pushing for a bill that would allow advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) to treat patients without the involvement of a doctor. 
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Nine out of 10 Kansas voters age 50 and older use the internet, according to a recent AARP Kansas survey, but access is not equal across the state. 
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Five Kansas cities and organizations received 2021 AARP Community Challenge grants to fund quick-action projects aimed at improving the quality of life for residents of all ages. 
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AARP is seeking volunteers to advocate at the local, state and national levels on issues important to Kansans 50-plus, to help make communities better places to live for all people.
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On the third Friday of each month, AARP Kansas will offer virtual Fraud Watch Network presentations about how to identify and avoid frequent scams targeting Kansans. 
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AARP is producing weekly videos that help Kansans learn new skills. 
Saving for Retirement
AARP is working to develop a retirement savings program for people who don’t have access to one through their employer.
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AARP awarded 2020 Community Challenge grants to two cities to help make public transit more accessible for older adults and to encourage Kansas residents to fix up their porches as a way to improve their neighborhoods.
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