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Siclinda Canty- Elliott

Current Role: AARP Virginia Volunteer
Suzanne Franklin of Amherst is the newest member of AARP Virginia's executive council
The Roanoke Financial Empowerment Center offers professional, one-on-one financial counseling at no-cost to Roanoke area residents.
A Conference presented by SW Virginia Legal Aid in collaboration with the SW VA Elder Justice Task Force
Many of us have a relative, friend, or know someone who has or had Alzheimer's. Alzheimer's can take a toll on family members, and families need to become aware and educate themselves on resources. For me, it was my father who lived over 200 miles away—having to see him go from a construction business owner to someone who didn't know directions to very familiar places and even the bathroom in his own home. Eventually, my father became unaware of his surroundings and didn't recognize his children.
AARP Virginia recently sponsored the second in a series of virtual tours, entitled Virginia Treasures Series 2: George Washington's Mt. Vernon.
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