AARP Nevada and the Senior Coalition of Washoe County are hosting two resource fairs in Reno to provide a one-stop location for information important to seniors.
Just in time for spring weather, North Las Vegas has eight new park benches—convenient rest stops on popular community walking routes.
This year major wireless carriers will shut down their third generation (3G) networks, making older cell phones and devices, including home security and medical alert systems, useless. This will impact many older adults in Nevada and millions across the country who use mobile phones from 2012 or earlier. As a result, people with devices that rely on 3G will no longer be able to make or receive calls and texts, including calls to 911, or use data service.
The city of Winnemucca has won a 2018 AARP Community Challenge Grant to improve an intergenerational park and trail system.
Once again, the University of Nevada at Las Vegas is competing in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathalon, a collegiate competition of 10 contests that challenge student teams to design and build full-size solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient and attractive.
Recently, on a Saturday afternoon in Las Vegas, a group of AARP Nevada volunteers joined the members of the UNLV Solar Decathlon team to help build the perfect home for seniors of the future.
What are the key issues facing our members and Nevadans 50+ and their caregivers during this session of the Nevada Legislature? We talk to AARP Nevada's Director of Government Relations Barry Gold about those issues.
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