2021 was a very unusual year at the Connecticut General Assembly. The Connecticut Capitol may have been closed to the public because of COVID-19 restrictions, but AARP Connecticut staff and volunteers were still vocal and active, virtually advocating on behalf of older adults and submitting nearly 50 pieces of legislative testimony. Below is a summary of the AARP Connecticut-supported bills that successfully passed both the House and Senate and are expected to be signed into law.
Join us for this four-part series and learn how to live safely and comfortably by enabling where you live to be a “lifelong home.” The series will provide you with steps you can take to ensure you can live safely and thrive no matter your age or life stage. We will cover technology upgrades and in-home services; home improvements or additions; and new construction techniques that allow you to age in place.
California becomes the eighth state in the nation to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, a commitment to make the state more livable for people of all ages and abilities.
With limited supply and high costs, AARP Ohio is promoting affordable housing initiatives across the state, such as revised zoning laws to allow accessory dwelling units.
Salem and Boston have set the bar high for the other 72 Massachusetts communities that are members of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities and for others seeking to join.
WINSTON-SALEM, NC -- Residents and visitors to Winston-Salem now have a new place to play, gather and exercise, thanks to the new AARP Sponsored Outdoor Fitness Park Organized by FitLot opening in Miller Park on Queen Street.
AARP is collaborating with national nonprofit FitLot™ to build one outdoor fitness parks in each state and territory we serve. The fitness parks are designed for users of all ages and abilities.
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