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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!
A guest article from FEMA’s Region 10 Community Preparedness Officer
Four projects aim to make local communities in Oregon more livable.
Join Oregonians across the state for the inaugural Great Oregon Book Read presented by Oregon Age-Friendly Communities.
With the help of our legislative advocate volunteers, AARP members, staff leadership and in concert with our partners, we advocated on a broad range of issues to improve the lives of older Oregonians and their families.
Thank you for joining us in Monmouth on October 10 and 11 for the 2023 Age-Friendly Oregon Summit. Check out the agenda, speaker bios, PowerPoint slides, and session videos.
Every year, hundreds of wildfires burn in Oregon, fueled in part by warmer summer temperatures and drought. Here's how to prepare for it.
AARP Oregon, the city of Portland and Oregon Walks are kicking off a season of NeighborWalks, with nine guided walks on tap through October. The 10 a.m. walks are around 2 miles and go through neighborhoods, parks and city sites, often focusing on historical highlights.
According to the 2023 AARP Vital Voices survey, 85 percent of Oregonians 45 and older consider being able to pay for their prescription drugs as extremely or very important. That’s up from 73 percent reported in the last Oregon survey, which was conducted in 2020.
In the early 1900s, the Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, now called "Black Wall Street," was a vibrant and prosperous community. Despite the challenges and racial injustices they faced, residents of this community built a thriving neighborhood filled with successful Black-owned businesses, attorneys, doctors, and real estate agents. Their achievements were nothing short of remarkable and served as a beacon of hope for Black Americans nationwide.
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