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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
No matter where you are in your caregiving journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make things a little easier.
AARP surveys consistently find that the vast majority of older adults want to reside in their current home or community for as long as possible. Doing so is possible if a community has housing options that are suitable for differing incomes, physical abilities, ages, & life stages. Tell us how you feel about the housing options in your community and learn more about Governor Healey's "Affordable Homes Act" housing bill and why AARP is urging 'bold action' on it.
Almost 100 Massachusetts communities now belong to the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, uniting local leaders, businesses and residents to improve their area's livability.
AARP Workshop on Language and LGBTQ+ Community
Looking to learn more about age and dementia friendly communities? If you missed the chance to attend our two-day Virtual ReiMAgine Age and Dementia Friendly Summit in September, you will find all the resources and videos here!
The following article was written by AARP Massachusetts intern Chloe-Rose Crouch:
The following article was written by AARP MA intern Chloe-Rose Crouch:
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