AARP Tennessee

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JUN 24, 2022
A guide to when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine or booster.
APR 16, 2020
View the latest information and articles from AARP Tennessee.
JUN 20, 2022
Absentee by-mail ballots are available to all voters 60 and older.
JUN 9, 2022
AARP is sponsoring the Country Music Association Festival in Nashville, listening to great music and promoting its impact on memory and brain health.
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AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Tennessee for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
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AARP Tennessee Salutes Veterans, and we want to send a few lucky vets to be our special guests at the Grand Ole Opry this summer!
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To help more residents get high-speed internet across the state, AARP Tennessee and others are researching the best ways to deploy new federal funds included in last year’s bipartisan infrastructure bill.
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So many of you loved participating in our monthly virtual cooking classes last year that we brought them back in 2022!
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Roughly 79,000 fraud cases were reported in the state last year—totaling $62.6 million in losses—with fraud reports generally on the rise over the past five years.
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In April, AARP Tennessee will be hosting several fraud fighting events to help you protect yourself and your family from scammers.
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Natural disasters can devastate communities and lives, as Tennesseans were reminded during December’s tornadoes. 
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NASHVILLE — This year, major wireless carriers will shut down their third generation (3G) networks, making older cell phones and devices, including home security and medical alert systems, useless. This will impact many older adults in Tennessee and millions across the country who use mobile phones from 2012 or earlier. As a result, people with devices that rely on 3G will no longer be able to make or receive calls and texts, including calls to 911, or use data service. (Learn more)
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COVID-19 has been difficult for families caring for a loved one with disabilities at home.  To provide relief, Tennessee is using federal COVID funds to offer extra services that will:
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AARP Tennessee Welcomes Mia McNeil As New State Director
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