AARP Tennessee is offering “What’s Cookin’ With AARP?” as a way to help grandparents and their grandchildren spend quality time together. The virtual class is held every other month.
Tennessee victims reported losing $108.5 million to fraud in 2022.
Helping Tennesseans with rising housing prices and fighting fraudsters are key priorities in this year’s General Assembly legislative session, beginning this month.
Five AARP Community Challenge grants have been awarded around Tennessee in 2022, with three three targeting food insecurity.
AARP Tennessee Volunteers Prepare To Help the State Through Tax Season With AARP Foundation Tax-Aide
AARP Tennessee is preparing to assist residents across the state through AARP Foundation Tax-Aide.
The coronavirus pandemic forced millions of Americans to rely on the internet for their well-being. AARP Tennessee is advocating for improved internet access for the 400,000 Tennesseans who lack high-speed internet.
The Silver Alert program requires the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to send a notice to media outlets across the state when at-risk adults, such as those with dementia, are missing.
Tennessee drivers 55 and older can get a three-year discount on their auto insurance if they take the AARP Smart Driver class and maintain a safe driving record. Discounts typically vary from 5 to 10 percent off.
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.
State officials are working to ensure that polling locations this fall are as safe as possible for voters amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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