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The AARP Bulletin

Organizers of the “Hello Auntie, Hello Uncle: Conversations With Our Elders” exhibit at Seattle’s Wing Luke Museum hope to broaden visitors’ perspectives on aging.
AARP, lawmakers and others are looking at neighborhood networks as a way to help provide services to older residents — possibly helping them stay in their homes longer.
AARP Washington is urging eligible residents across the state to sign up for high-speed internet discounts available under the federal Affordable Connectivity Program.
Last year, approximately 1 in 4 Washingtonians age 45 and over provided care to an adult relative or friend, according to an AARP survey.
After a hiatus triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, AARP Washington’s Day with the Seattle Mariners is back.
Washington state had a wild winter this year. And although it’s now history, have you ever thought about how weather has shaped history? That’s just one topic on deck at the next One Day University in Seattle.
With another tax season wrapped up, it’s a great time to streamline your household filing system by safely purging documents with personal information.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Seattle’s age-friendly initiative helped Emerald City residents remain connected by hosting more than 50 virtual events. Collectively, they were viewed more than 12,000 times.
A newly expanded charity care law is set to help more Washington residents pay for their health care. The state says 4 million Washingtonians qualify for free or discounted hospital care.
U.S. veterans are disproportionately targeted by scam artists, with 35 percent of veterans losing money to fraud compared with 25 percent of civilians, according to a 2021 AARP survey.
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