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AARP South Carolina

Making a difference where you live
Don't fall victim to financial abuse. Learn to spot the red flags so you can keep yourself and your family safe.
In January, Duke Energy Carolinas filed an application to increase its rates by approximately 12.8%. Don’t just stand by and watch. Learn how you can speak out!
Join AARP SC and Chef Veera for a four-part virtual cooking series that will spice up your life. Learn tips and tricks to help you cook like a pro and make healthy food choices. Class dates: March 14, May 23, July 18, Sept. 26.
Each month, state director Charmaine Fuller Cooper provides updates on the work being done around South Carolina to serve the 50+ in our state. Check out the latest.
South Carolina residents can schedule new COVID-19 vaccine appointments or walk into a nearby pharmacy to get a shot. Here’s how to find an updated vaccine near you.
Guest post from the South Carolina Human Affairs Commission.
Report Finds Systemic Gaps in South Carolina in Nursing Home and Home Health Staffing, Along with Care Access and Affordability.
Last year, AARP funded an expansion of the Southeast Diabetes Initiative, a program dedicated to raising awareness around type 2 diabetes for those most at risk of the disease. AARP is considering another program expansion by adding churches in other states.
The effects of financial exploitation can be devastating. Most older adults who are impacted never see it coming. But there are always clues and red flags. We want to help you spot them and take action! Check out these 10 tips from a former prosecutor.
AARP South Carolina is continuing its virtual cooking class series with a Thursday, Oct. 5, class on Puerto Rican cuisine.
AARP South Carolina is excited to welcome two new members to our team.
Most older adults hope or plan to age in place in their own homes or communities. However, changes in their health and physical abilities often create a need to look for alternative housing options.
AARP South Carolina is looking for a new state president—its top volunteer role.
AARP is educating families about what to consider when choosing an assisted living facility and is pushing for legislative reforms to improve the safety and oversight of such facilities.
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