AARP CT Webinar Wednesday Series – Please Join Them!

Join AARP weekly for their AARP CT Webinar Wednesday Series to participate in educational workshops and fun with purpose experiences.  The first of the series will be held at 1PM each Wednesday.  

Registration is free and open to people of all ages!

May 27, 2020 @ 1PM Caregiver Roadshow for CT Families:  Offers a journey through the experiences of family caregivers – the backbone of our health care system.  Learn tips and tools on supporting the caregiver, the care recipient and choices to live safely and independently at home. Learn specific tools for navigating and connecting with available services, gain an understanding of care options and costs, and stay informed on the legislative issues impacting seniors and family caregivers. https://aarp.cvent.com/May27Care

June 3, 2020 @ 1PM What I Need to Know about My Electric Choices: Offers a chance to learn about the electric supplier choices available in CT. Have your electric bill ready to view during the session in order to learn and understand its complicated components. Learn how to make informed decisions based on unique situations and where to go for the most reliable CT electric supplier information and data.  https://aarp.cvent.com/June3Electric 

June 10, 2020 @ 1PM Understanding CT’s New Paid Family & Medical Leave ProgramOffers an exploration of the new program, who qualifies and how to navigate and access it to care for yourself and those in your life when it launches.   https://aarp.cvent.com/June10PFML

June 17, 2020 @ 1PM AARP Fraud Watch NetworkThe Con Artist PlaybookOffers insights into the psychology behind ID theft, fraud & scams through actual testimony of scammers, insights and advice. Participants will walk away armed with the tools they need to keep themselves and their families safe. https://aarp.cvent.com/June17Fraud

Please visit www.aarp.org/ct  regularly for more sessions and a variety of offerings. To request a free AARP CT conversation in your community contact Erica Michalowski at emichalowski@aarp.org  (860) 548-3163.