Absentee ballots are available for everyone age 65 and older.
AARP South Carolina and the Better Business Burea of South Carolina are hosting Free Community Shred Days throughout the Upstate. You can register for a chance to win one of four $100 shredders.
AARP South Carolina released a new survey of 1,000 registered voters in South Carolina ages 50+ showing overwhelming bipartisan support for expanding Medicaid in South Carolina to those earning under $18,000 annually.
AARP SC released a survey of 1,000 register Palmetto state voters on their opinions of Medicaid expansion. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org . The complete survey is available at the following link:
Is your 65th birthday coming up? You know what that means: It’s time to prepare for Medicare. Get ahead of the game with answers from our free webinar on Medicare, including when to enroll, what’s covered and where to find help along the way.
Consistently reaching diverse audiences is not just a social goal for AARP South Carolina, it is essential to our mission. AARP South Carolina is fortunate to have the opportunity to work with several diverse vendors that help us reach a range of audiences through various media. Here are just a few examples.
Proposed Settlement Agreement in Dominion Energy Rate Case Statement from Teresa Arnold, AARP SC State Director
"Over the last several years, AARP South Carolina has been aggressively fighting for fair energy rates for our members and older South Carolinians. They depend on us to stand up for them and I am proud of what we have accomplished.”
South Carolina has the nation’s sixth-highest prevalence of diabetes—affecting more than 1 in 4 over age 65. AARP South Carolina supports an ambitious new group Diabetes Free SC that focuses on prevention and healthy living.
AARP South Carolina statement asking Gov. McMaster to reconsider lifting his COVID-19 state of emergency declaration in light of the harm it will do to those still suffering from the economic impact of the pandemic.
AARP South Carolina state director, Teresa Arnold, recently released a statement detailing AARP’s concerns about Governor McMaster’s lifting his state of emergency declaration in light .
Keeping current with safe-driving techniques can save lives and lower your car insurance bill. AARP South Carolina wants motorists to know that the popular AARP Smart Driver course, designed for people 50 and older, is available online.
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