Stay Connected This Winter With Virtual Talks

Posted on 11/30/20 by The AARP Bulletin

Granite State winters can be long and isolating, especially as people limit going out during the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why AARP New Hampshire’s Speakers Bureau is helping residents across the state connect without leaving the comfort of their homes.


Speakers can address a variety of topics, such as fraud, caregiving, brain health, downsizing and sorting fact from fiction online. 

“If you’re looking for a presentation for your community group or business, just reach out to us, and we’ll work with you to select the perfect topic for your audience and time frame,” said Pam Dube, communications director for AARP New Hampshire. 

The Speakers Bureau—which is operating virtually but may
restart in-person events sometime next year—has collaborated with libraries, senior centers, veterans groups and multicultural organizations.

AARP recruits and trains volunteer speakers for the presentations, which are free and ideal for groups of 10 or more. 

Talks run 30 to 60 minutes. Volunteers are also welcome to help behind the scenes. The time commitment is flexible, and AARP New Hampshire staff will work with volunteers’ schedules. 

Email or call 866-542-8168 to book a presentation or to volunteer as a speaker.

—Donna Liquori

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