Kansans reported more than $10 million lost to fraud in 2019, and AARP wants to make sure residents don’t fall victim to common scams this year.
A bill in the Kansas Legislature would make it easier for patients to access the full range of services that advanced practice registered nurses are trained to provide. This is especially critical in rural areas that face primary care shortages.
Coffeyville will get a new neighborhood fitness route and 50Wichita residents will get internet hotspots thanks to 2019 AARP Community Challenge grants.
A new AARP survey shows that 88 percent of Kansas voters would support legislation that makes it easier to save for retirement.
AARP Kansas is helping residents avoid falling victim to the latest scams by offering fraud prevention presentations to community groups.
Members of all ages, especially those nearing retirement, can sign up for a course on budgeting and financial planning hosted by AARP Kansas.
AARP Kansas wants to know how it can help people live their best lives and make their communities a great place to call home.
AARP Kansas is hosting a Caregiver Cafe to give caregivers and those they look after a way to relax and take a break from routine.
Kansans who aren’t able to put money away for retirement through payroll deductions at work may soon have another way to save.
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