Do YOU enjoy giving back to your community? AARPNY is seeking virtual volunteers to support AARP programs and advocacy work that will make a difference for New Yorkers 50-plus and their families. All it takes is a computer, tablet, or phone from the comfort of your own home!
What does a Gen X’er and a Millennial have in common? Connect with us on Monday, December 21 at 6 pm EST as #AARPNY presents an intergenerational series, “Reggie and Tevin Speak” featuring our own Reggie Nance as he leads discussions with Tevin Lanier on the topics of aging, caregiving, financial security, and personal fulfillment.
Did you know that meditation reduces anxiety, lowers blood pressure and promotes deeper and longer sleep? #AARPNY is proud to present a four-week virtual series, Monday’s Mindfulness Meditation with Virginia C. Oehler MSED, a certified meditation coach.
AARPNY is proud to present "Let's Disrupt Aging" a two day virtual event where women come together to share what #DisruptAging means to them. Hear from the featured speakers on the topic of empowerment, mental health, parenting millennials, and storytelling. Share your own experiences and stories in this interactive event.
Taking on the responsibility of being a family caregiver is an extraordinary task. Family caregivers provide a great labor of love every day by supporting aging parents, spouses, friends, and relatives to help them live independently and in the comfort of their own home.
AARP New York is empowering Veterans, Military, and their Families (VMF) to navigate the complexities of life’s transitions by providing helpful resources and delivering unwavering commitment to those who have served our nation.
AARP New York makes it easy to stay connected, offering online resources including coronavirus information, virtual events and local tours, wellness classes, local discounts as well as a variety of volunteer opportunities.
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