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AARP Massachusetts

News and information important to Bay State residents age 50+
AARP Massachusetts is advocating for you. We're doing everything we can to make your neighborhoods, towns, cities, and rural areas great places to live for people of all ages. Massachusetts communities should have safe, walkable streets, age-friendly housing, transportation options, and opportunities for residents of all ages to stay active.
Jennifer Benson is set to become AARP Massachusetts State Director. She begins June 24. Benson takes over for Mike Festa who leaves AARP July 5. Benson is a former Massachusetts State Representative. She is a principal at TSK Associates, a public affairs and government relations firm in Boston.
Click to learn more about our online caregiving series Thursdays this May. From building the framework for caring for a loved one to decluttering and downsizing, we have something for everyone. Also, find links to caregiving resources here in the Bay State and information from experts from across the country to help you in your caregiving journey.
Spring is here and we have just the right thing to get you outside and moving or inside and informed. Tune in and sign up today.
Find free online and in-person local events designed with you in mind. Discover fun exercise classes, healthy cooking demos, helpful workshops, and more.
AARP Foundation Experience Corps is partnering with "Literations" to assemble literacy coaches that will help Bay State first to third graders improve their literacy in the Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 School Year.
Massachusetts: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as voting by mail or voting with a disability.
Connect with AARP at these Summer "Get The Scoop" events in your area- receive a complimentary small soft-serve ice cream and ‘get the scoop’ on the latest information about the Social Security program. June & July.
Join AARP Massachusetts for a webinar series this spring that explores Concord's rich history. From enslaved people who fought in the Revolutionary War to the transcendental movement with Emerson and Thoreau. Plus, Louisa May Alcott and her sister who also made a name for her self. You can find registration links here
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