In today’s world, high-speed internet is no longer a luxury. For school, work, health care and other activities, it’s a daily necessity. Now there’s a national program to help eligible Granite State residents who are struggling to afford high-speed internet.
AARP New Hampshire has teamed up with the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission to offer a presentation on accessory dwelling units—small houses or apartments that exist on the same property as single-family residences.
AARP New Hampshire is continuing to team up with local chef Liz Barbour of the Creative Feast for a monthly virtual series of healthy-cooking demonstrations.
The past year during the pandemic has taught us how important it is to live in communities that offer support systems in normal times as well as during challenging circumstances.
AARP New Hampshire is focused on a number of state budget issues to support older adults, and it needs your help. The office is seeking volunteers who are passionate about long-term care issues and aging in place and who would like to help move these and other legislative priorities forward.
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