Larry Lipman

Current Role: AARP Virginia Volunteer Reporter
Larry Lipman is a volunteer with AARP Virginia and lives in Falls Church
Nursing home staff and resident
     If Virginia does not enact minimum staffing standards for nursing homes during the next year, the chances for such reforms are likely to slip away for the foreseeable future, Del. Vivian Watts warned Tuesday.
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Local resident and Civil War historian Jim Lewis gave roughly 200 AARP members and guests from around the country a virtual tour of the area as part of the Tuesday Explorers program hosted by AARP Virginia.
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AARP Virginia hosted a COVID-19 vaccines information session with Fairfax County Health District
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Paty Funegra, CEO and founder of Arlington's La Cocina VA, is one of 10 AARP Purpose Prize Fellows for 2021.
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AARP Virginia hosted a COVID-19 vaccines information session with Prince William County Health District
Officials from FINRA Investor Education Foundation spoke with AARP Virginia about ways individuals can protect against investment fraud and scams.
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AARP Virginia spoke with Shawn Smith, of Virginia's Senior Medicare Patrol, about Medicare-related frauds and scams, and what you can do to protect against them.
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Zumba instructor Tiffaney Dunbar leads dance classes for AARP Virginia beginning Saturday, October 17
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Ken Budd has learned the value of combining volunteering with tourism, helping people from New Orleans to Costa Rica to China to Ecuador to Kenya to the West Bank of Israel.
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