SEP 16, 2020
The job market is changing—and with it, job requirements. Get the skills you need to take on today’s job landscape with AARP’s Online Career Expo: Navigating the Job Market During Times of Uncertainty.
APR 21, 2020
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SEP 15, 2020
AARP survey of North Carolina voters
SEP 15, 2020
Large majority is worried the country is becoming more divided
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger North Carolina. We hope you’ll join us!
This live Q&A event will address how you can stay safe and protected from Coronavirus related scams. Get expert advice and the latest information on vaccines and how to care for loved ones during the pandemic.
According to Beth Hohensee, the “diva” in Studio Flora Diva, one of Asheville, NC’s, most popular floral designers, “Entrepreneurship is not for the faint of heart. Sometimes you’re paralyzed with fear, and you move ahead anyway.”
“Aging in place” is a popular concept among seniors these days. A 2018 AARP poll showed 3 in 4 older adults (50+) want to live at home as long as they possibly can. That’s great for people with homes, but what about homeless seniors, or homeowners threatened with foreclosure, or renters facing eviction?
RALEIGH, NC – As hospitalizations from COVID-19 continue to soar, the North Carolina Health Care Association (NCHA) and AARP North Carolina have a new booklet available to help people care for COVID-19 patients after their hospital release.
RALEIGH, NC—Today, AARP North Carolina launched “Protect Voters 50+,” a comprehensive voter engagement campaign to support and protect North Carolinians ages 50 and up as they vote in the 2020 elections. The campaign will provide information on where candidates stand on issues that matter to the 50-plus and help them cast their votes safely from home or in-person.
What does “aging in place” mean to you? The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines it as "the ability to live in one's own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level." AARP supports aging in place as one of eight domains that make a community age-friendly.
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