MAY 22, 2020
Mike D'Ostilio served in the United States Army for 25 years. In this video, he looks back on his career and shares some of his fondest memories. Additionally, he also discusses the hardest aspects about being in the military and sends a special message to those currently serving.
APR 21, 2020
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SEP 17, 2019
Join us in your community for a walk in the park, a movie screening, Dinner, Lunch, an educational workshop, and more. We are in our community helping you make the most of it. Learn how AARP Virginia is working to help you Take on Today and Everyday in the Commonwealth.
MAY 21, 2020
Stay Safe: Vote from Home
RICHMOND — AARP Virginia today asked Attorney General Mark Herring to waive the witness requirement for absentee ballots for the November 3 General Election, as he has done for the June 23 primaries. The official letter can be read here.
RICHMOND —Governor Ralph Northam used his veto power today to stop three health care measures that would have had a calamitous impact on older and sicker Virginians, a legislative victory for health care consumers in the Commonwealth.
The decisions you make now could affect what doctors you see, how much you might spend on your health in the future and more. Whether you’re 65 or will be soon, there’s no better time to start exploring your Medicare options.
Live Q&A: Caring for Loved Ones in Care Facilities with Emmy-winning actress Susan Lucci and AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins
How do you remain connected and support loved ones in care facilities during the global Coronavirus pandemic? Join AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins & actress Susan Lucci who will share her family’s experience during this pandemic in a special Q&A event at 1pm ET Thursday, May 21.
AARP Virginia is proud to announce a series of upcoming “Virtual Community Conversations” that will take place via Zoom. The first event in this series will be with VCU Health Hub at 25th on the subject of caregiving. Regardless of what stage of family caregiving you’re at—just beginning to anticipate a need, helping to coordinate a big move, or taking care of a family member full-time—having a good framework to help guide both you and your loved one will make the process easier. This virtual event will take place on Tuesday, May 26th from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. and will be hosted by AARP Virginia Community Ambassador, Russell Schiavone. Registration is required and can be done here.
AARP Virginia is proud to announce a series of upcoming “Virtual Community Conversations.” The first event in this series will be with VCU Health Hub at 25th on the subject of caregiving. Regardless of what stage of family caregiving you’re at—just beginning to anticipate a need, helping to coordinate a big move, or taking care of a family member full-time—having a good framework to help guide both you and your loved one will make the process easier.
“Earlier this week, The White House issued national guidance regarding Opening Up America Again. We are evaluating this information as it relates to our agency and are continuing to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation across the nation. In fulfilling Social Security’s mission, when we reopen offices to the public, we will provide a safe environment for both the people we serve and our employees.
AARP VIRGINIA STATE PRESIDENT JOYCE WILLIAMS WILL REPRESENT MORE THAN 1 MILLION AARP MEMBERS STATEWIDE
RICHMOND – Joyce Williams of Roanoke has been named AARP Virginia’s volunteer State President after a 35-year career in public education with Roanoke County Public Schools.
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