AARP Virginia

Making a difference for all Virginians 50+ and their families
MAY 16, 2022
AARP Urges Legislators to Focus on Nursing Home Safety
MAY 6, 2022
A guide to when, where and how to get a COVID-19 vaccine
DEC 20, 2020
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From practical resources, to fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Virginia. We hope you’ll join us!
MAY 3, 2022
All registered voters may vote absentee by mail, but you must apply to do so, and a witness signature is required on absentee ballots.
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Highlighting Marie Foster's impact on the LOA and AARP Virginia
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The History of the Newsome House
Local Organization Sparks the Joy of Singing Together
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The Virginia Department of the Treasury and AARP Virginia are bringing you an unclaimed property event
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AARP Virginia and the Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons (NVRC) are raising awareness about hearing loss, and encouraging people to think about their own hearing and get their hearing checked.
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Scammers follow the headlines and take advantage of them when they can. Public desire to support Ukraine in this critical time of need is no exception.
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Roanoke-area organizations, businesses, and volunteers came together to support this year's food drive, which totaled nearly 22 tons of food for local seniors.
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Overlooking the Chesapeake Bay at the southern tip of Hampton, Fort Monroe is a site whose history is uniquely intertwined with the history of slavery and freedom in the United States.
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Meet the "hidden figures" who courageously triumphed over racism and sexism to create job opportunities in industry and government for themselves and future generations of African American women.
Here in Virginia, staff cases spiked dramatically from a rate of 1.23 per 100 residents in December to 18.6 in January, the highest since the pandemic began. Resident cases increased nearly 10-fold from a rate of 1.49 to 14.4 per 100 residents during this same period, also the highest since the pandemic began. Nursing home resident deaths from COVID-19 more than doubled from a rate of .15 in December to .37 per 100 residents in January.
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