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AARP of Jefferson City
PO Box 105965
Jefferson City, MO  65110

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(All programs are either no payment or just require a nominal fee to cover supplies. Please check the Events Calendar for times and locations)

AARP TAX AIDE ASSISTANCE:

Trained volunteers will provide assistance to seniors, low income, and disabled persons in filing federal and state income tax returns. Assistance is available at Faith Lutheran Church, 2027 Industrial Dr. (lower lever) beginning February 2 through April 15 Tuesdays and Fridays from 9AM to noon. For tax preparation services, filers need to bring: all income and deduction documentation, last year’s tax return, a photo ID, and Social Security card for every person listed on the tax return. If filing a joint return, both spouses must be present.

Volunteers are always needed for this service. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Harry Kennedy 636-9572, ggmolly@embarqmail.com

 

AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM:

AARP Driver Safety teaches defensive driving methods and safety strategies to help refresh your knowledge of the rules of the road. You may be eligible for a car insurance discount.

Jefferson City Chapter 4401 is hosting a class at Primrose Retirement Community, 1214 Freedom Blvd., Jefferson City on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 from 9:30AM-3:00PM with lunch available for purchase.

The cost of the class is AARP members $15.00 (proof of National membership required); Non-members $20.00

Registration details will be made available the end of February. Class size is limited.

 

GRIEF AND LOSS SEMINAR:

A comprehensive look at recovery for anyone suffering from the loss of a loved one through death or divorce. In cooperation with Freeman Mortuary and the First Baptist Church, this 8 week session is available three times a year. Contact Charles Foster for more information 635-4382. Pre-registration is required.


GRIEF AND LOSS SUPPORT GROUP:

This group is an extension of the Grief and Loss seminar and is open to any individual who has experienced the loss of a loved one through death or divorce. It meets on the First Tuesday of each month at the First Baptist Church, 301 E. Capitol Ave. at 12:30 PM. Participants enjoy fellowship, a carry-in lunch, and program. Contact Charles Foster for more information 635-4382. 


MEDICARE & DRUG PLAN ASSISTANCE:

For help or questions regarding a Medicare Health or drug Plan, call the Missouri free Medicare Health Insurance Assistance Program Hotline at (800) 390-3330. Available 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.


HEALTH AND WELLNESS:

Mild Tai Chi exercise program focusing on flexibility, strength and balance. Senior Center at the Mall; Monday and Friday 1:00 PM; Wednesday 9:00 AM. Contact Nick Mercer 635-3349 or Charlotte Wening 761-5193 for more information.

MEDICARE AND SOCIAL SECURITY:

AARP has produced four booklets about Medicare and Social Security that are free and can be obtained by clicking on the linked publication number to the right of the name.

  • Medicare: Keeping it Strong (D19657)
  • Medicare: Get the Facts (D19656)
  • Medicare and Social Security: What's at Stake (D19659)
  • Social Security: Get the Facts (D19658

 

FINANCIAL SECURITY:

You’ve Earned a Say, AARP is taking the debate about Medicare and Social Security out from behind closed doors in Washington and making sure that seniors and all Americans have a voice in the discussion about their future.

Millions of Americans, like you, have told AARP they’re tired of politicians in Washington talking about changes to their benefits in backroom budget deals.  They say by paying into Medicare and Social Security seniors believe  they've earned a voice in determining the future of these programs.  They want the programs to remain strong, to continue to protect health and retirement security for today’s seniors and for future generations.  And, they believe Washington isn’t listening to them and they want to be heard.

Take the first step and join in this national conversation by visiting AARP Financial Security.


AARP DISCOUNTS:

Be sure to show your AARP card to receive discounts at many of our local merchants, grocery stores, restaurants, hotels, and service providers.


Last Updated 02/17/14

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