AARP is offering informational presentations designed to introduce planning tools aimed at helping you achieve peace of mind as you get ready to start planning for retirement.
Rep. David Joyce (R-Painesville, OH) has introduced a bill that would require transportation planners to incorporate safety for all modes of travel into design for federally-funded street and roadway projects.
Jane Taylor, state director for AARP Ohio, issued the following statement in support of Monday’s action accepting federal Medicaid funding to extend coverage to hard-working Ohioans:
Donelda McWilliams of Defiance will be presented with AARP’s most prestigious volunteer honor. Her dedication and generous efforts will be recognized with the 2013 AARP Ohio Andrus Award for Community Service during a celebration taking place at Defiance College on Saturday, October 5.
AARP Ohio Meet & Greet events connect members to special places and people. Fall activities include educational and architectural tours of Cincinnati Museum Center, William Howard Taft National Historic Site, Harriet Beecher Stowe House, Plum Street Temple, Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains, and recreational activities at Mount Airy Forest.
You can count on us to answer questions and moderate discussions on issues that matter to our members and their families. AARP Ohio Speakers Bureau volunteers are newly trained on the latest details and ready to make presentations to groups throughout the state about:
Women face unique challenges when it comes to planning for their retirement and future. Best-selling and award-winning author Jan Cullinane will provide information and the tools women need to plan for their future at presentations in Cleveland and Columbus arranged by AARP Ohio.
Find local opportunities at the Dayton Volunteer Fair on Wednesday, October 2. AARP is showcasing opportunities to make a difference with your time on your terms, whether you have five minutes or five hours to spare. Volunteers and staff from local nonprofit organizations will be available to discuss opportunities that suit your experience and interests.
AARP Ohio is deeply disappointed that the General Assembly is leaving Columbus without expanding health coverage in the state budget even though there are legislators on both sides of the aisle who support the issue.
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