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AARP North Carolina Presents Coffee and Conversation

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Are you looking for a fun way to socialize and get important information? Are you tuning out the divisive political debates and looking for a more enjoyable and productive way to keep up on issues important to people 50+?

AARP North Carolina is proud to present Coffee and Conversation, a new series of informal and informative programs specifically for AARP members and people 50+ in Charlotte. Come grab a cup of joe and engage with your neighbors on a host of topics important to older North Carolinians.

Our first special blend of topics for this series includes discussions on health and our community. We will chat about how the new health care law can work better for you, changes to Medicare and how we can make neighborhoods in Charlotte more age-friendly.These programs are free of charge but pre-registration is requested. Please visit the links for each of the sessions below you would like to attend to register.

We hope that you take advantage of this exciting new AARP program that will help improve living and aging in Charlotte.

"The Affordable Care Act and Medicare: How the ACA Affects Older North Carolinians"

This presentation focuses on how the ACA affects the Medicare program, including the issues of benefit changes, prescription drug coverage, access to doctors and services, Medicare Advantage and long term care.

June 6, 2013
Morrison Public Library Auditorium
7015 Morrison Boulevard


"The Affordable Care Act: An Update on Implementation of the ACA and What it Means for You and Your Family"

This program walks through the major elements of the ACA, gives an update on implementation of the law, and discusses the changes coming and how it may affect you and your family. This program addresses the questions being raised by consumers of all ages.

May 30, 2013
Beatties Ford Library Auditorium
2412 Beatties Ford Road


June 12, 2013
Morrison Public LibraryAuditorium
7015 Morrison Boulevard


"Get Around: How age friendly and 'livable' is your home and community?"

Is your home or community “age-friendly”? This fun, interactive workshop introduces people to the concepts of livable communities and aging in place. Using multi-media, Get Around helps people of all ages understand features of a “livable” community and explore local options to make the home, street and community more healthy and age-friendly.

June 11, 2013
Morrison Public Library Auditorium
7015 Morrison Boulevard

Stay tuned for many more programs taking place in Charlotte this summer!

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