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AARP Vermont will offer three virtual technology classes about streaming services and smartphones.
By Greg Marchildon, State Director, AARP Vermont
Our Two-Part Online Q&A Session Can Help You Stay Up-to-Date
2018 is proving to be a busy year at AARP Vermont. From protecting Medicare and Social Security to cutting VT tax on Social Security and fraud prevention outreach, your team in Vermont is on the job. That's why we want to give you a special opportunity to get occasional updates on the issues that matter to older Vermonters, by joining our mobile team.
Watch and Learn -- Get a host of fraud prevention tips and information on how to protect you and your family from being the next victim of fraud. Elliott Greenblott, AARP Vermont Fraud Watch Network Coordinator, is a recognized expert on the subject and shares valuable information in this TV program from GNAT cable access TV station in Southern VT. Click on the link below to watch this month's segment.
Need help with computers?
The CommYOUnity Tech Talk is a free event co-hosted by AARP Vermont, Small Dog Electronics, and Technology for Tomorrow that will provide community members with free tech training.
AARP announced the launch of its AARP TEK Academy, a free, easy-to-use online classroom designed to help 50-plus Americans get the most out of technology to connect with family and friends, explore employment opportunities, access health information, enjoy entertainment and more. Located at, the site can be accessed from a variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops or desktops and offers dozens of tutorials on a range of helpful topics, from social media to staying safe online.
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