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Navigating the Years Ahead


The Old Dominion is getting older. Nearly a fifth of Virginia residents will be 65 and older by 2030, according to the federal government, and about 250,000 will be 85 and older. That’s why AARP Virginia wants members to know about SeniorNavigator, a nonprofit organization that provides free, useful information for older Virginians, people with disabilities and family caregivers.

Topics addressed on its website include health, aging, financial concerns, legal issues, housing options, transportation, exercise, personal safety, veterans resources, advocacy and more.

SeniorNavigator also offers “Ask an Expert,” which provides personalized answers to questions by email. The advice is not meant to take the place of professional counsel. For details or to ask a question, go to

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