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The AARP Bulletin

Cycling is a great way to exercise as you age. It has low impact, helps improve balance and burns calories.
Nearly three-quarters of Vermont caregivers say they’ve experienced emotional stress from their responsibilities, and more than one-third say they’ve faced financial strain, according to a new AARP poll.
AARP Vermont is ramping up its advocacy for legislation that would require employers to offer paid family and medical leave to support the state’s unpaid family caregivers.
When AARP Vermont volunteer David Cawley retired five years ago, he suddenly had a lot more time to walk his neighborhood in Burlington. These strolls—along with time spent researching local history—led Cawley to cofound the Old East End Neighborhood Coalition, a community improvement group.
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.
Vermonters can learn about the latest scams and get tips on how to protect themselves at a Scam Jam hosted by AARP Vermont.
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 Vermont and America Walks are teaming up on a six-month fellowship program for adults 50-plus who want to learn how to make their communities healthier and more walkable.
AARP Vermont is teaming up with the Vermont Garden Network, a nonprofit focused on improving food security and expanding gardening resources, to host two free virtual gardening classes this spring.
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, which offers free virtual and in-person tax preparation assistance, is looking for volunteers for the upcoming tax season.
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