— 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 Ohio for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!

— Did you know that on the eve of its 60th Anniversary, AARP announced a $60 million investment in the Dementia Discovery Fund to deepen our commitment to helping people living with dementia and family caregivers? You are invited to stop by the AARP Ohio booth at one of the below Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s to learn more about AARP in your community and AARP’s tools, information and support available for family caregivers. Alzheimer’s is the sixth leading cause …

— Attend Our Free Webinar to Get All the Answers Social Security, Your Questions Answered PART 1: Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 7 p.m. ET PART 2: Thursday, September 27, 2018 7 p.m. ET You’ve worked your whole life and now you can start thinking about your retirement options. But when should you claim your Social Security retirement benefits to get the biggest check? And how do you get the money coming in the first place? It can be a confusing process. …

— By Ben Lanka Ohio voters have a rematch this fall, but the stakes are much higher this time for Mike DeWine and Rich Cordray. In 2010, DeWine defeated Cordray by fewer than 50,000 votes to succeed him as attorney general. They square off again Nov. 6 to decide the governorship. At 71, DeWine, a Republican, has served the past eight years as attorney general. Previously, he was a congressman and U.S. senator  as well as lieutenant governor and state legislator. …

— Swing by Shaker Square Cinemas to enjoy some of the newest urban features, documentaries, and short films from across the country, exploring a broad range of topics and ideas at the 7th Annual Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival. AARP is proud to team up with the Greater Cleveland Urban Film Festival and to offer discounted festival tickets for AARP members and guests. AARP members and guests discounted ticket prices: • 50% off of the $12 individual movie ticket ($6 per …

— A new school year is upon us, and educating youth can be a very rewarding and gratifying experience. Knowing that the contribution of your time and effort can help a child excel academically makes the work worthwhile. At the AARP Foundation Experience Corps, volunteers know all about that feeling. AARP Experience Corps is an innovative volunteer program that creates opportunities for adults age 50+ to take part in vital community service. Volunteers serve as literacy tutors for children in 22 …

— Every 2 seconds someone’s identity is stolen. But you can take steps to protect yourself today. We invite you to come out and join us for a discussion about how to spot and avoid cons, scams and fraud. Everything we offer is free – whether or not you’re a member! You’ll also have the chance to connect with other Dublin residents and discover the latest work AARP is doing in your community! Fraud Watch Prevention Clinic Dublin Recreation Center 5600 Post …

— Get Information on the Skills to Get Your Next Job Attend AARP’s live online workshop Tuesday, August 28, 2018, 7-8 p.m. ET When it comes to finding a new job, everyone could improve their networking and interview skills—especially in today’s ultra-competitive market. The good news is, there are some tips and ideas that can help you stand out from the crowd and secure the position you want. Sharpening Your Networking and Interview Skills is a live online workshop based on …

— Walk with AARP at the 15th Annual African American Male Wellness Walk on Saturday, August 11. Taking place in Livingston Park in Columbus, the event starts with free health screenings at 7 a.m. with the walk/run starting at 9:30 a.m. To walk with AARP, please register and check-in at the AARP booth the morning of the walk by 9:00 a.m. As you walk, feel free to chat with our AARP Central Ohio volunteers to find out what AARP is doing …

— Today, in Ohio, 2 million people over 65 and individuals with disabilities are covered by Medicare for their health care. Before President Lyndon Johnson signed Medicare into law 53 years ago this month, fewer than 25 percent of older Americans had meaningful health insurance. Even a minor illness could propel them into bankruptcy or send them into a life of poverty. Thankfully, the deal that was struck with Americans in 1965 – pay into Medicare throughout your working life and …