If you’re a member of any group that meets regularly, sooner or later you run into this problem – where can you find informative, well-prepared speakers who can deliver information your group is interested in hearing?
One place is AARP Florida’s Speakers’ Bureau, a network of presenters ready to help your members better understand issues important to Floridians 50+. Presented free of charge, this is valuable resource for consumers and citizens. Speakers from a variety of backgrounds are ready to discuss issues of interest to businesses, community groups, conferences, clubs and other professional organizations. Speakers are AARP volunteers.
The nation’s new health law has been a hot topic for discussion for almost a year, but many Americans are telling pollsters they still don’t understand what is in the law. AARP speakers can lay it out for your group, explaining how the law affects people 50+. Speakers can address questions such as how the new law affects Medicare’s prescription drug coverage, also known as the Part D benefit; changes in coverage for preventive care; whether you can receive an annual “wellness exam” from your doctor free of cost to you; and how the law will affect people too young for Medicare who are having trouble finding health coverage.
It’s important to be aware of consumer and investor fraud. Learn from speakers on how to protect yourself from identity theft, investment scams, home improvement fraud and other scams that could easily reel you in. Don’t get caught in one of these scams – let our speakers give you some tips on how to protect your money and your well-being.
Speakers can educate groups on state legislative issues that AARP is working on in Tallahassee. Advocacy efforts hope to bring a better future to Floridians of all ages, and our speakers can fill you in on the current activities in which AARP is engaged.
Finally, speakers can also discuss the many benefits of AARP. The organization offers more than just discounts and magazines. Learn about the history and mission of AARP, its lesser-known benefits and the ways in which AARP members serve their communities.
To schedule a presentation, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (866) 595-7678 and ask for the Speakers’ Bureau line.