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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.
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
Coming in September: AARP Members & Five of their guests get free admission to the New England Botanic Gardens at Tower Hill in Boylston. Click here to learn more about dates and times.
Check out the improved AARP Livable Communities Map - a free, interactive tool with information on the more than 1,300 AARP Community Challenge grantees and more than 800 members in the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities.
Watch these insightful conversations from AARP Massachusetts. From clutter to nutrition, alcohol and loneliness, find simple life hacks or gain insightful information from these hour long discussions.
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.
Do you know a volunteer age 50+ who is making a significant difference in your community? Honor their dedication, commitment, and creativity with a nomination for the 2024 AARP Massachusetts Andrus Award for Community Service, AARP’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award for community service
Use your life experience to enrich the lives of those in your community and help however you can. Learn more about all of AARP's volunteer roles at our volunteer conference April 25th at Holy Cross in Worcester. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Registration is required. Space is limited.
At the annual AARP Massachusetts volunteer conference, Sen. Markey shared his family caregiving story: his father, a retired milkman, cared for his mother after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 1985. At the conference in Worcester, volunteers learned a variety of ways they can use their time and talents to help the Bay State's 50+ population.
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