Maine Age-Friendly Communities Resource Center

Posted on 02/29/24

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Latest Age-Friendly News and Information
Over 500 Mainers joined our town hall to learn about common scams, available resources and ways to stay safe. Missed it? No worries! The full recording is available.
How did our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, build on her experience as a high school principal to found the nation's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the betterment of older Americans? What initiatives did she launch decades ago that are still part of the framework of AARP's mission today? Find out in this wonderful series written and narrated by AARP Maine volunteers.
Learn more about taking the AARP Smart Driver course in a classroom near you or online, and find out how you can help make a difference in your community as a volunteer or host.
The law has changed, and it might impact your health care coverage
No matter where you are in the caregiver journey, these local agencies and organizations can help make the process easier
AARP Maine's team of volunteer fraud fighters is eager to work with local organizations to raise awareness and offer resources.
Even in the best of times, social isolation is a significant problem. In Maine, over 135,000 people 50 and older live alone and are at higher risk of social isolation. Download our free resources flyer here.

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