“Daddy’s Boys” -- a free, AARP-sponsored theatrical performance centered on men’s health and financial security -- is coming June 30 to the Detroit Institute of Arts-Film Theater, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit.
The last in a series of AARP Black History Month National Town Halls exploring issues of importance to the African American community will come to Detroit on April 24.
AARP Michigan is working with Vonda VanTil, a Social Security public affairs specialist in Grand Rapids, to offer a series of workshops to help Michiganders learn how to apply for Social Security benefits.
Too many older women in Metro Detroit, in Michigan and across the country cannot afford to cover their basic needs. And too few families headed by single mothers are financially secure.
Today is Older Michiganians Day! Older adults from across Michigan will gather today at the State Capitol, where AARP continues to advocate for access to quality, affordable health care; financial security; and age-friendly communities in which to live.
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