COLUMBUS, Ohio – AARP volunteers are meeting with legislators and working in communities throughout Ohio as a driving force for social change that enhances the lives of 50-plus Ohioans through advocacy, outreach, information and volunteer service.
Just in time to get organized for the New Year, AARP is offering members tools and resources to get started on the path to Financial Freedom. Join us in Cambridge on Tuesday, December 15, and Thursday, December 17, 2015, for presentations designed to help you plan a budget, cut costs, improve your credit and decrease debt.
Family caregivers have taken on a huge responsibility, helping their loved ones to live in their own homes and to stay out of costly institutions. More than 1.7 million Ohioans are caring for parents, spouses, siblings and other loved ones. This loving care can be just as tough as it is rewarding.
AARP offers many things for our members and the public in general, but sometimes it's hard to hear about everything that we do. Here's an overview to keep you up to speed on our major goals as an organization.
AARP Regional Vice President Rawle Andrews Jr. announced that, after a long and successful career driving positive social change for AARP members and Ohio residents of all ages, Ohio State Director Jane Taylor is retiring effective April 13, 2015.
AARP research shows that while many Cincinnati area residents are using technology to help thwart cybercrimes, others are putting themselves at risk of identity theft by failing to adopt simple prevention habits. For example, six in 10 area residents do not have locked mailboxes at their homes and about third of those who do their banking online still get statements mailed to their homes.
If you want to have fun and make a difference in your community, then volunteering with AARP may be your ticket to an exciting 2015. Your options are many, so we are hosting events where you can pick up information and explore the possibilities by talking with current volunteers over refreshments.
AARP New Hampshire returns to the North Country and invites residents to three separate sessions on November 10, 11 and 12 in Shelburne and Gorham. The educational sessions are free but RSVPs are required. Event descriptions and details follow:
It’s never been more important. Elementary school students in kindergarten through third grade are learning to read. After third grade, they are reading to learn.
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