What Are The Benefits Of AARP For Low-Income Seniors?

Written By: Irene Lefever
Reviewed By: William Rivers
Published: September 30, 2021
Last updated: April 6, 2023

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is the top organization in the United States for older adults aged 50 and above. When you become a member, you can receive a range of benefits, from discounts, to travel services, insurance products, healthcare services, education, to name a few. 

For low-income seniors, in particular, the AARP Foundation works with organizations and communities to help those who are unemployed, those who want to improve their financial situation, and even those who want to improve their literacy. 

The AARP also seeks to promote social connections, protect seniors from discrimination through legal advocacies, and so much more.

Check out some of our previous posts to see all kinds of other benefits low-income seniors can make the most out of. Check out the rest of Senior Strong to learn more!

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Irene Lefever is a senior advisor whose role is to make sure that senior citizens’ physical, mental, psychological, and emotional needs are catered to. Lefever got her degree in Multimedia Arts at the University of California, Riverside.
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