not just a parking space.
It can be the difference between being mobile or home-bound. That’s why it’s so important that handicapped parking spaces be available to the people who need them, when they need them. Making sure people get this message is just one of the things we do to promote the inclusion and empowerment of people with disabilities in our community.
That every Kentuckian deserves to live as full and healthy a life as possible, no matter what their age. That’s why we work tirelessly to deepen our understanding of the aging process and age-related brain diseases. And to make our discoveries available to all, through education, outreach and clinical programs that promote healthy brain aging. And why we’re one of the nation’s leading centers on aging, with a particular focus on Alzheimer’s disease and related neurodegenerative disorders.
discover the possibilities
In communities across the Bluegrass, the volunteers and resources of AARP Kentucky help give you a voice on issues important to you and your family. Visit aarp.org/ky or Facebook to learn more about all we’re doing on your behalf. Interested in volunteering with AARP Kentucky? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-295-7275.
get to my doctors’ appointments without having to ask my son to drive me on a work day. I just call the Independent Transportation Network/Bluegrass and a reliable driver ferries me to and from in a comfortable private car. I can go anywhere I want; do anything I want, anytime I want. Just like I used to. It’s like having my own car again, with my very own driver.
helping hands. For disabled men, women and children of any age. For the elderly. For caregivers. We’re here to help in many, many ways with activities, programs, services, resources, education, advocacy and more. See what we put our hands to to improve the quality of life for seniors, caregivers and disabled individuals in the communities of the Bluegrass, at bgaaail.org.