A man walks out of an absentee voting station after voting
Officials have made it easier and safer for people to vote during the pandemic
Every day hundreds of local residents lose their hard-earned money to a variety of fraud schemes. In fact, every 2 seconds, a con artist steals someone's identity!
Catch the world’s leading expert on outsmarting con artists …… in the Upper Valley.
Jim Leddy
AARP Vermont honored volunteers at a Celebration of Service in South Burlington Oct. 17.
Approved Medical insurance claim
Vermonters seeking affordable health insurance may find answers this month, as open enrollment began Oct. 1 through Vermont Health Connect.
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As part of Life Reimagined—which provides resources to help people navigate life transitions—AARP Vermont is working with the Peace Corps to help older volunteers consider adventures abroad.
The state attorney general’s office and AARP Vermont are presenting a series of fraud forums to help residents and their loved ones protect themselves against the latest scams and schemes.
On Being-caregiving
As part of a coalition, AARP Vermont is calling on state officials to invest more money in home- and community-based services, which help people continue to live at home as they age.
fiscal cliff
With the Dec. 31 st deadline to address expiring tax and spending cuts looming, many people across the nation and here in Vermont are left wondering what Washington’s budget debate means for them.  Unfortunately, some in Washington are considering cramming changes to Medicare and Social Security into a year-end budget deal. Today, AARP is providing a breakdown of the impact a shortsighted budget deal could have on the health and retirement security of Vermont seniors and their kids and grandkids.
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Three small organizations with big plans have been selected to receive Community Action Sponsorships from AARP Vermont to support their efforts to make Burlington a more livable city.  AARP Vermont launched the Community Action Sponsorship Program in 2010 as a way to provide modest grant funds and technical support to community groups whose missions were consistent with those of the Burlington Livable Community Project. This citywide collaborative project seeks to prepare Burlington for the rapidly aging demographic shift – particularly in the areas of housing, mobility and community engagement.
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