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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.
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
How ready for retirement are you? In theory, we all know it’s important to plan ahead, but in reality, many of us keep putting it off. According to a 2022 AARP report, 86% of working adults understand the importance of preparing for retirement, but only about 40% feel they are prepared to retire.
AARP Massachusetts is hosting its annual volunteer conference on Thursday, April 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.
AARP Massachusetts will host a virtual series on caregiving in November to mark National Family Caregivers Month.
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AARP Massachusetts is holding a virtual event on Wednesday, June 14, at noon for members who would like to learn more about becoming a volunteer.
On Tuesday, April 4, at 10:30 a.m., AARP Massachusetts will host a virtual lobby day to share legislative priorities with its members and state lawmakers.
Offering programs and support to the Bay State’s 840,000 family caregivers is a top priority for AARP Massachusetts.
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