AARP Iowa

News, information and resources on issues that matter to Iowans 50+
DEC 20, 2021
AARP Iowa is working on a number of issues to improve the lives of Iowans through advocacy and our many engagement programs. Take action on the issues that matter to you.
MAR 23, 2021
Join us at these upcoming virtual events.
OCT 15, 2021
Support state legislation SF 522. Protect elder Iowans.
MAR 3, 2021
Check back every month to meet another AARP Iowa Hidden Gem. Innovators or inventors, record breakers or collectors whose stories are a bit under the radar.
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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 Iowa for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
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Learn more about action items you can take to support current advocacy-related issues supported by AARP Oklahoma.
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Diabetes is one of the main health problems in West Virginia
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COVID-19 has delivered a grim reminder of the serious and chronic issues residents and staff in nursing homes face.  But long before the pandemic, many of these facilities were cited frequently for problems such as poor infection control, understaffing, inappropriate discharges and more.
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Applications are currently being accepted through March 22, 2022, 4 p.m. CT.
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Senator Petersen’s Bill to Lower Medicine Costs Supported by Wide Majorities of Democrats, Republicans and Independents
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This article submitted a guest commentator. It focuses on the economic progress being made in West Virginia. The article was submitted by the Speaker of the West Virginia House of Delegates, Roger Hanshaw (R - Clay, 33).
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For nine years, AARP Connecticut has been offering AARP member scholarships to enroll in Encore!Connecticut, a nationally-recognized program that assists professionals and managers age 50 and older transition their corporate experience and expertise to full and part-time managerial positions in the Connecticut nonprofit sector. Over 100 Connecticut corporate professionals have successfully moved from corporate to nonprofit careers through Encore!Connecticut.
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All registered voters can cast an absentee ballot and vote from home in June’s primaries and November’s general election, but most absentee ballots must be notarized.
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KINSTON -- Housing needs change as we age. But it's possible for our homes and communities to be livable for people of all ages and life stages.
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