The AARP Bulletin

Lexington’s premier “aging well” event returns this year on Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Lexington Senior Center, at 195 Life Lane. 
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During the 2021 session the state General Assembly passed many pieces of legislation that will improve life for older Kentuckians. 
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AARP’s Comebackers project is reaching out to older workers who may need further education to compete for better-paying jobs. 
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AARP is partnering with the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association (KRTA) to provide former educators with chances to socialize and give back to their communities.
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While the pandemic limits in-person gatherings, AARP Kentucky is helping members stay active with online programming this spring. 
Kentucky State Capitol
The General Assembly is scheduled to reconvene on Tuesday, Jan. 5. And although the pandemic will limit in-person access to lawmakers, AARP volunteers will be using virtual tools to advocate on behalf of older Kentuckians. 
A new study finds that Kentucky ranks near the bottom among states—47th overall—in long-term care services for older residents.  
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With the help of AARP Community Challenge grants, three Kentucky regions are making improvements to their infrastructure this fall. 
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Two new laws, backed by AARP, will help family caregivers navigate the legal system and bolster protections for their loved ones.
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