The AARP Bulletin

protect yourself from fraud!
Learn to identify scams and avoid becoming a con artist’s victim by participating in AARP Oklahoma’s fraud prevention telephone town hall on Thursday, March 12, at 10 a.m.
Volunteer
This year, Oklahoma lawmakers are expected to consider measures that would improve protections for those living in assisted living communities, lower prescription drug costs and help ensure that residents don’t become victims of fraud or abuse.
Closeup hand holding smartphone with free WiFi hotspot on screen
AARP donated $5,000 to Oklahoma State University for a program that allows rural residents to check out internet hot spots from public libraries.
Nurse during home visit with senior woman
A series of state laws aimed at protecting patients and improving the quality of care in nursing homes took effect on Nov. 1.
Volunteer in Milwaukee County
Volunteers across Oklahoma will spend the September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance fighting hunger.
Baseball Excitement
AARP Oklahoma is hosting military appreciation night at the Tulsa Drillers minor-league baseball game on Saturday, July 6; service members and veterans will receive two free tickets for field reserved seats with a military ID.
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Avoid identity theft by shredding documents at free events this month.
Shredding
AARP Oklahoma is hosting free events to help residents get rid of sensitive documents without the fear of identity theft.
Utility Bill Money Picture
The Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO), which provides electricity around Tulsa, McAlester and Lawton for about 550,000 households, is proposing an $88 million rate hike.
nursing home hallway
AARP Oklahoma wants to ensure that residents in the state’s nursing facilities receive proper care and attention.
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