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MAY 1, 2021
Dementia is a challenge for those with the condition and their caregivers. AARP Tennessee is working to ease the burden, collaborating with the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving to present the Dealing With Dementia virtual workshop on Tuesday, June 1, at 1 p.m. CT.
APR 14, 2021
Did you know that April 14 is National Gardening Day? Not only is this hobby a perfect spring activity, but it also has plenty of mental health benefits that will keep you at ease during such a stressful time in the world. If you’re interested in creating a garden of your own, keep reading for some tips and tricks on how to get started:  
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No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
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AARP is committed to keeping your heart (and your finances!) safe from scammers this February. Read on for tips about how to protect yourself from romance scams.
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AARP Tennessee will press for improved staffing in nursing homes, higher levels of personal protective equipment, more opportunities for virtual visits and regular communication between residents and families.
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On Monday, Dec. 14, join AARP Tennessee for the second installment of their Courageous Conversations series: The Power of Possible Similarities.
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On Monday, Dec. 14, join us for the second installment of our Courageous Conversations series: The Power of Possible Similarities.
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Supporting age-friendly communities and promoting brain health are two AARP Tennessee priorities. AARP Community Challenge grants will help meet those goals.
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The Tennessee Department of Health recently released it guidance for Visitation and Activities Guidance for long term care facilities (LTCF). With so much uncertainly, we wanted to share the most Frequently Asked Questions.
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AARP Tennessee is helping members stay connected and combat pandemic fatigue with a bevy of virtual events, such as healthy eating demonstrations, exercise classes and lunchtime conversations.
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AARP Tennessee knows we’re all trying to do our best to embrace our differences. To help with this journey, we’ve partnered with Cultural and Career Strategist Derek Young and the National Museum for African-American Music for a 2-part series to talk about the part we all play in creating and cultivating equitable relationships and how music can help bring us together.
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To keep our members safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, AARP has created an assortment of virtual events - activities and informational sessions that you can attend from the comfort and safety of your own home!
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