The nationwide, physician-led program involves volunteer doctors offering health tips to AARP members and their guests during each session.
The Show Me More Savings Act would set up a retirement program for businesses with fewer than 50 employees, so workers could have funds automatically deducted from their paychecks.
AARP and the Alzheimer's Association teamed up to produce Brain Matters, a series of free, monthly workshops covering the latest science on brain health. Other programs are in the works.
From swing to bebop, music has long flourished in Kansas City, fueled early on by local officials’ decision to turn a blind eye to violations of the nation’s reigning Prohibition laws. Nightclubs—and jazz—proliferated.
As part of its Livable Communities initiative, AARP Missouri is helping to update a Metro Link light rail stations in the region—adding seasonal plantings, shade canopies and other improvements. Additional livability projects include an exercise park and a push for expanded high-speed internet.
AARP Missouri will push during the 2022 legislative session for allowing essential family caregivers access to long-term care facilities, even if other visitors are barred because of COVID-19 risk.
AARP Missouri's free online Moving It! sessions offer Zumba Lite, Tai Chai, Yoga and more.
One in 8 older Missourians struggle with food insecurity—a problem exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis. AARP is partnering with Feeding Missouri, a statewide coalition of six food banks, to ensure those in need know about available resources.
Despite pandemic, the free tax-prep program is still available. Options are a hybrid of online and socially distanced service providing.
Older Missourians have good access to affordable long-term care, but the quality of those services ranks near the bottom of states nationwide, according to a new analysis issued by AARP Foundation and supporting organizations.
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