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AARP Vermont

Giving voice to the concerns and interests of older Vermonters
NOV 30, 2023
Winter Placemaking Projects Promote Livability for All Ages
NOV 15, 2023
The Age Strong Vermont Community Forum took place on November 30 at 10:00 AM. A complete recording of the forum can be found below:
NOV 9, 2023
The fourteen local advocates who completed the 2023 Vermont State Walking College, in collaboration with AARP Vermont, have announced their Walk Action Plans for their communities.
In the 2023 legislative session, Vermont lawmakers passed a bill, now law, to modernize the state’s power of attorney laws and update protections to prevent power of attorney abuse.
OEENC Used AARP's Walk Audit Toolkit to Enhance Walkability
Governor Scott signed the HOME Act into law on June 5, heralding a big win for housing and livability advocates across Vermont, as well as the community members they serve.
The annual program aims to make communities in Vermont more livable for people of all ages 
Vermonters can learn about the latest scams and get tips on how to protect themselves at a Scam Jam hosted by AARP Vermont.
A list of resources for emergency alerts, power outages, road closures, shelters and more.
Universal Design features can help residents age in place longer
AARP Vermont will hold a four-part, in-person workshop series this fall for older adults interested in becoming local advocates for transportation options beyond driving.
AARP invests in communities across Vermont through six organizations as part of nationwide grant program.
AARP Vermont Celebrates Successes and Continued Advocacy
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