Welcome to the seventh season of AARP Alaska, a weekly public affairs program for Alaskans 50+. We focus on issues that matter most to families such as healthcare security, financial security and personal fulfillment. The goal of our programming is to educate and inform. With 87,000 members, AARP is the largest membership organization in Alaska. As a non-profit, non-partisan member organization, we are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all as we age.

AARP Alaska #713: Minimum Documents You Need

Minimum documents you need

AARP Alaska #712: Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska

Alaska Alzheimer’s Resources

AARP Alaska #711: Your Advance Health Care Directive

health care directives importance

AARP Alaska #710: In their own words

Alaskan fraud victim success story

AARP Alaska #709: How Alaska’s Division of Banking and Securities serves Alaskans

Division of Banking and Securities Serves Alaskans

AARP Alaska #708: Scams That Target Seniors

Scams targeting seniors

AARP Alaska #707: How to Avoid Identity Theft

Avoiding identity theft

AARP Alaska #706: Inside a check fraud ring in Alaska

Alaska check fraud ring

AARP Alaska #705: How the banking industry spots fraud and passwords you should not use

Banking industry spots fraud and passwords you should not use

AARP Alaska #704: How to be prepared in the Alaska wilderness: An EMT’s perspective

Alaska wilderness: An EMT’s perspective

AARP Alaska #703: The ABC’s of choosing an assisted living facility in Alaska

ABC's of choosing an assisted living home in Alaska

AARP Alaska #702: Medicare Today

Enrolling in Medicare

AARP Alaska #701: The State of Public Health in Alaska

Public Health in Alaska

AARP Alaska is funded by:

Investor Protection Trust
Alaska Division of Banking & Securities
AARP Alaska