AARP awards community grants to five Oregon organizations as part of another record-breaking year for nationwide program
Communities across Oregon are all working to become more livable for residents of all ages.
The annual Oregon Scam Jam will take place four Fridays in April. The Oregon Attorney General and other experts will provide information and tips during four virtual sessions to help residents fight against fraud.
With the legislature in full swing, AARP members can sign up for advocacy alerts and make their voices heard when it’s time to fight for older Oregonians.
AARP Oregon is hosting several Vital Aging conferences, including Saturday, Nov. 10, at the United Unitarian Church, 1685 W. 13th Ave., Eugene. The event, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., is designed specifically for veterans, the military and their families, but all members are welcome.
The AARP Foundation Experience Corps tutoring program shows that when older adults help kids, the interaction improves everyone’s well-being.
AARP Oregon is set to kick off the second year of NeighborWalks in Lane County at 10 a.m. on June 9, at the Home2 Suites, 102 W. 11th in Eugene.
Intimacy, addiction and exercise are just a few of the topics at this year's Vital Aging Conference, which tackles what it means to Disrupt Aging.
Editor's Note: Our COO Scott Frisch was in Portland and gave this speech to a group of HR professionals on the value of older workers, the longevity economy - and the new OregonSaves program.
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