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AARP Oregon

Keeping Oregonians informed, engaged and active
If you currently provide care for an aging loved one, expect to do so in the next few years, or are concerned about your future, join AARP Oregon for one of these FREE workshops in Eugene, Medford, or Portland Metro.
Our State, Our Future: Help shape the future of Oregon. Learn about our legislative priorities, get local race information, and join our fight to protect Social Security.
No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
JUN 4, 2024
As part of our ongoing commitment to your well-being and empowerment, we present the Brain Health Series taking place throughout the month of June. We'll release a new video every Tuesday this month!
Find free online and in-person local events designed with you in mind. Discover fun exercise classes, healthy cooking demos, helpful workshops, and more.
Get ready to put some miles on your walking shoes with NeighborWalks, cosponsored by AARP Oregon, the Portland Bureau of Transportation and the nonprofit Oregon Walks.
AARP Oregon is proud to announce the recognition of Ellen Klem, Director of Consumer Outreach and Education for the Office of the Oregon Attorney General, as a Community Fraud Fighter of distinction.
Oregon: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as voting by mail, voting in person or voting with a disability.
Whether the role comes suddenly or gradually, caregiving can present significant challenges. AARP Oregon is hosting several training and educational events in June to help caregivers find resources and connect with one another.
This election cycle AARP is shining a light on Social Security and Family Caregiving, two critical issues important to our members and all Americans 50+.
The three-part series is designed to support communities at every stage of the cycle process, whether you are launching, assessing, creating an action plan, moving toward implementation, or just getting un-stuck.
NeighborWalks is back for a new season!
Whether you’re a teenager or older adult, having a way to get where you are going safely and easily is one of the best ways to maintain independence. AARP Driver Safety offers multiple programs to help millions of people stay safe on the road – whether it’s as a driver or as a passenger. These programs are available for anyone but are designed specifically for those age 50 and older, to help them refresh their driving skills, learn about new vehicle technology, and monitor their driving behavior.
AARP Oregon advocates for what is important to our members and older Oregonians. With the help of our legislative advocate volunteers, AARP members, staff leadership, and in concert with our partners, we worked tirelessly to advocate on a broad range of issues to improve the lives of older Oregonians and their families.
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