Making a difference where you live
MAR 22, 2023
Paper documents are a common source of identity theft. Protect yourself by shredding sensitive documents at our free shredding events. We'll also accept old TVs, CPUs, monitors, laptops and cellphones for safe disposal. A small recycle fee may apply to some electronic items such as printers and VCRs.
MAR 9, 2023
Latest AARP research attaches $16.8 billion value to the estimated 770 million hours of unpaid care that family caregivers provided in 2021.
MAR 6, 2023
Are you, or a family member, living with memory loss or dementia? Do you work with people living with dementia?
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Washington for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
AARP Washington State's podcast on health, wealth and self, living your best life after age 50. We focus on life transitions and new ways to be happy & healthy. Hosted by Bruce Carlson.
AARP Chapter #384 members, pictured left to right, Herb Daul, Vice President; Gerry Giles, Treasurer; Bob Seamons, Secretary; and Kathy Fleming, President.
HB 1337 creates more housing options for an aging population
Visitors in Olympia may have noticed a curious sight in our State Capitol's backyard recently. In the shadow of the Legislative Building dome, AARP and housing advocates set up a model Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) to help bring attention to a new legislative effort aimed at supporting flexible housing options for people of all ages. Hundreds stopped by to tour the unit, including legislators and their staff, housing advocates and the public. More information about the event is available in AARP's news release, and in this Feb. 16 story from story from the Washington News Service.
A guide to when, where and how to get health insurance in Washington.
The annual program aims to make Washington communities more livable for people of all ages
The state legislation would prohibit utility companies from cutting off power or water service to households with past-due bills during extreme heat.
Search AARP Washington
Sign Up & Stay Connected
About AARP Washington
Contact information and more from your state office. Learn what we are doing to champion social change and help you live your best life.