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The coronavirus outbreak presents an opportunity to develop new skills through online and virtual resources. To help, AARP Wisconsin is setting up a virtual library of training sessions, webinars and other resources.
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Urban planner and economic developer Della Rucker says the pandemic has laid bare small-business pressures that have been building for decades.
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AARP's Disrupt Aging curriculum will come to more states after a successful launch in Connecticut.
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We’re writing with an important message to let you know that we have canceled our external events until further notice. While convening events is a core part of our mission, we have changed our approach in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
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By Joanne Cleaver
AARP empowers people to choose how they live as they age. In La Crosse, local volunteers and AARP Wisconsin staff collaborate to bring this idea to life.
Home is where the heart is, and well-designed, livable communities promote health, sustain growth, and make for happier, healthier residents of every age, in all life stages. AARP Wisconsin is working to raise awareness in the greater La Crosse area about the need for age-friendly, livable communities.
The AARP HomeFit program was developed to educate attendees on how to navigate all living spaces independently to allow them to remain in their own homes as they age.  Participants receive information on how to easily evaluate their own home for “livability” should they themselves or one of their family members become unable to use stairs, or must rely on assistive devices. It is designed help individuals plan for independence, choice, and dignity as they age.
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