AARP Cincinnati has worked with Cincinnati Parks to open an AARP sponsored fitness park that is designed for people of all ages. AARP Vice President of the Office of Community Engagement, Maureen Pierce-Smile, Mayor John Cranley, and Cincinnati Parks Director, Wade Walcutt will welcome members of the community to the new park on Saturday, August 10th at 11AM in Jacob Hoffner Park (map).
Prepare to Care workshops are one of AARP Ohio’s initiatives—along with advocating for caregiver tax credits and more home-based services—to improve conditions for family caregivers in the state.
The Andrus Award for Community Service honors volunteers who embody the spirit of AARP founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, and believe in the power of the individual to spark change and improve their community one act at a time.
Taking care of those we love comes naturally. Today more than 1.7 million Ohioans are caregivers for their family or friend. AARP invites you to a celebration of this important role, featuring Oscar® and multi-Grammy® winning singer, songwriter and actress Regina Belle, who will share her own powerful story of strength.
AARP Ohio and the Playhouse Square Theater District in Cleveland are offering exclusive discounts for events in the 2018 season. In addition to touring hosting Broadway shows, concerts and comedy, Playhouse Square is home to the Great Lakes Theater Festival, Cleveland Ballet, Tri-C Jazz Fest and other groups.
Team Better Block engages communities by planning and orchestrating short-term local events to temporarily improve the physical and economic environment on a specific city block. Through participatory workshops, the team helps the community generate ideas about how to build on their city’s assets to improve public space.
Did you know that on the eve of its 60th Anniversary, AARP announced a $60 million investment in the Dementia Discovery Fund to deepen our commitment to helping people living with dementia and family caregivers?
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