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What do older adults want? The answer is simple: “a society in which all people can live with dignity and purpose and fulfill their goals and dreams.” This vision, articulated by Ethel Percy Andrus when she founded AARP in 1958, remains at the core of the organization’s mission: “enabling people to choose how they live as they age.”
AARP continually stresses the need to destroy documents containing personal financial information.
AARP recently held its annual Life@50+ Academy: Planning for Your Health, Wealth, and Happiness. The event was hosted at the Seniors With a Purpose Ministry (SWAP) of the First Baptist Church of Vienna (FBCV), and supported by a number of local organizations.
AARP Virginia recently sponsored the annual Healthy Aging conference in Williamsburg
The 7th Annual Fairfax County Scam Jam focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI), used with increased frequency in scam entrapment schemes. The Scam Jam is a joint venture by AARP Virginia and the Fairfax County Silver Shield Task Force.
As a young lawyer in Illinois, Abraham Lincoln suffered from melancholy – what we now call depression. At the time, doctors attributed the condition to a buildup of black bile in the liver and recommended taking pills called Blue Mass, which contained mercury.
What do AARP Virginia and little yellow rubber ducks have in common? Both were an integral part of Sperryfest 2024.
On a recent Saturday in April, AARP Virginia hosted its first Pickleball Social, designed for fun while promoting physical fitness and brain health.
Virginia: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as absentee voting, early voting or voting with a disability.
What can we do to live in our homes as long as possible? AARP’s HomeFit program provides some great recommendations.
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