AARP North Dakota

The most up-to-date news for North Dakotans over 50 is right here
MAY 15, 2023
Beginning with Ft. Ransom State Park on May 31, and continuing monthly through our September hike at Theodore Roosevelt National Park (ND's only national park), AARP ND has organized hiking day trips to five different parks in North Dakota this summer. We're even providing a preview of the hikes on April 19.
MAY 22, 2023
Get together, get healthier, spot a scam and more with our free, unique and varied events. Join us today!
MAY 16, 2023
The AARP ND team broadcasts All Things AARP ND on the second and fourth Thursday of every month. We keep it short, while bringing you updates on AARP initiatives, interviews, insider information and maybe even a few laughs.
MAY 30, 2023
New volunteer leadership in North Dakota
We are grateful to the wonderful AARP ND volunteers advancing the cause across the state. Find out how you can make an impact!
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The ND Legislature passed an insulin cap bill for public employees that may lead to statewide cap in 2025.
Discover all the ways you can volunteer with AARP ND. Be a greeter, a speaker, an instructor or an activist. However you raise your hand, we thank you!
AARP North Dakota will offer free document shredding in three locations across the state this month.
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Thinking about retirement? Access experts on Social Security and Medicare by watching these recent programs provided by AARP ND.
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You can outwit criminal scammers and identity thieves by attending AARP North Dakota’s free shred events in April and our Fraud Fighters Lunch and Learns in May. Shred those sensitive documents first, then join us to hear how to spot a scam, protect your loved ones and stay safe from scams.
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You had questions during the Legislative Lowdown on Feb. 27 and we have answers!
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Latest AARP research attaches $1 billion value to the estimated 58 million hours of unpaid care provided by 62,000 family caregivers in 2021.
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Analysis of drug price transparency program established in 2021, shows that drug manufacturers, PBMs and insurance companies need to provide cleaner and more consistent information. Without good data, policy solutions that best address the ongoing struggle many North Dakotans face in affording their prescriptions will be hard to establish.
Watch the Legislative Lowdown provided Feb. 27 and learn more about our progress thus far in the 2023 Legislative Session.
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