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What if all homes could be suitable for anyone regardless of a person’s age or physical ability?  What if a person who wants to live independently, regardless of his or her age or physical ability could do just that?  AARP teamed up with partners: Arlington Neighborhood Village, Arlington Library, and a panel of experts, to bring practical answers to these questions. This workshop, Staying Home: Making Smart Choices for Easy Living, was attended by over 120 people on April 1, 2017 in Arlington, Virginia.  For most in the audience, the concerns raised struck a personal note, and they came to understand the choices available for them and their households.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in African American Women and AARP wants to help change that. Join us February 3, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. for the 9 th Annual Red Dress Event.  The event will be held at the Army Navy Country Club located on 2400 18 th Street, Arlington, VA 22202
Over one million Virginians take on all the ultimate labor of love to be caregivers for their loved ones, which is why AARP wants to help make this big responsibility a little easier. So they are teaming up with the Arlington View and Nauck Community Area Churches to present a “Caregiver’s Breakfast.”
The Arlington Central Library is about to be very busy in the upcoming months as it hosts three AARP workshops which take place in October through November. The workshops are the AARP HomeFit Workshop, Life Reimagined: Discovering Your New Life Possibilities, and Caregiving 101: Preparing to Care for Your Loved One.
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