— AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Florida for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!

— No one faces a steeper climb back to normal life than North Floridians age 50-plus.  With fewer years left to recover, often coping with health concerns and facing a loss of homes that sometimes were uninsured, Floridians age 50-plus are among the most vulnerable to storms.As they work to recover, AARP Florida will be with North Floridians 50-plus every step of the way.

— By Tom Scherberger As state lawmakers return to Tallahassee, AARP Florida is pushing for existing laws to be enforced to protect nursing home residents from potentially deadly storms. The Legislature passed a law last year requiring nursing homes and assisted living facilities to have emergency backup power, but many have yet to comply, with another hurricane season three months away. The legislation came about in response to the heat-related deaths of 12 residents at a Hollywood Hills nursing home when …

— It’s time for that once-every-10-years job opportunity! If you are looking to earn extra income for your household, you may want to consider becoming a U.S Census worker.  To prepare for the 2020 census, the U.S Census Bureau is hiring thousands of recruits to work temporary jobs across the nation. Working for the census will allow you to help out your community and earn money at the same time. The U.S Census helps determines each state’s representation in Congress, how funds …

— As one of the first Florida cities to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities, Tallahassee has been working since 2016 to make itself a community that is livable for people of every age. With older populations growing both in Florida and here in the Capital City, it’s especially important that the community support an active, healthy lifestyle for people of all ages. On Jan. 24 & 25, AARP and the City of Tallahassee came together for the 20th Annual …

— Home to Honeymoon Island, Dunedin holds a plethora of activities for senior residents to enjoy during their retirement. Dunedin offers an easy-to-walk-through downtown that is lined with antique shops, galleries, and restaurants.  In addition to calm daily life Dunedin offers, the city also has the Hale Senior Activity Center which specializes in programs and classes specifically designed for ages 50 and older. The “DCoA”, also known as Dunedin’s Committee on Aging holds public meetings at the center. Their mission is …