Want to learn about AARP’s legislative efforts at the State House and across the state? Then check out a new blog, Netto’s Notes, by Matt Netto, AARP Rhode Island’s associate state director of outreach and advocacy.
Throughout the current session of the General Assembly, AARP Rhode Island has worked with community partners and legislators to introduce and support legislation affecting residents who are 50-plus.
From Capitol Hill to local communities, AARP volunteers play a crucial role in ensuring that older Americans’ voices are heard and their interests are met. Locally, they share information and resources on caregiving, livable communities, fraud prevention and more.
Physical distancing and stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus pandemic have made it harder for people to stay in touch, but AARP Community Connections can help.
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