Editors note: Dr. Stu Ervay is a member of the AARP Kansas Executive Council and a volunteer for AARP Kansas. In this blog, he shares his experiences as the husband of his wife of 58 years who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
AARP Kansas is looking for virtual advocates to join our team to fight for the issues that residents 50-plus care about, including health care, affordable utilities and livable communities.
This blog, written by AARP Kansas Executive Council Member Dr. Stu Ervay, will appear weekly on the AARP Kansas website. It contains Dr. Ervay's candid reflections of his experiences coping with the realities of his wife Barbara's Alzheimer's diagnosis.
AARP awards community challenge grants to two Kansas organizations as part of record-breaking year for the nationwide program
Communities across Kansas are working each and every day to become more livable for residents of all ages.
On Wednesday, August 19 at 10:30 a.m. join AARP Kansas and the Better Business Bureau for a free webinar and learn how to protect yourself and your family online. Small steps make a difference in using the internet safely and securely and this is your opportunity to hear from an expert.
COVID-19 has changed how Kansans will cast their ballots in the state’s primary and general elections in August and November, 2020. AARP Kansas will be joined by Secretary of State Scott Schwab to talk about how Kansas voters can safely cast their ballots in the upcoming elections, as well as registration deadlines, voting options and other resources Kansans should know about during this election season.
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