A majority of adults ages 50–79 report they're not concerned about aging-related ailments. The research results showed that as older adults age, they become less worried about the effects on their bodies.
AARP District of Columbia salutes those who have served and still serve. We support our veterans and their families with information on career support, caregiving resources, community connections and more.
Congratulations to all the artists 50 and older who participated in the Beacon’s 2020 Celebration of the Arts, a biennial competition that drew nearly 600 submissions from amateur artists from the District, Maryland, and Virginia.
The District of Columbia State Office is helping you discover the real possibilities in your life at any age. AARP DC strives to ensure that older adults and their families in the District of Columbia live their best lives. We contribute to, excel in, and deliver on AARP’s mission and purpose. Our work is localized, integrated and accomplished by a dynamic team of volunteers and staff working across all eight wards to support the Age-Friendly DC initiative to make the District a great place for all ages to live, work and play! There are more than 87,000 AARP members in Washington, DC.
My four-year tenure as the State President of AARP DC comes to a close on December 31, 2018. It has been an honor to serve on behalf of the 186,000 DC residents who are over the age of 50, including the 87,000 who are AARP members.