The AARPâs slogan is âReal Possibilitiesâ, and that is just what Inogen urges its entire community to explore. Better breathing with an oxygen concentrator means enjoying the lifestyle that you want, and doing activities where and when you want to do them. AARP could go a long way in helping you do the things you love for years to come.
Are you a member? Anyone age 50 or over can join for $16 per year, and spouses or partners are included free of charge.
II. Discounts and Benefits
Discounts and Benefits from AARP make it easier to achieve an active lifestyle. If youâre in retirement phase, money might be a little different than when an income was coming in. AARP makes it a little easier on the wallet.
Discounts exist for almost every type of consumer good or service, including but not limited to Travel, Electronics, Apparel, Health & Wellness, and Dining.
Benefits beyond discounts are things like access to insurance, a voice in Washington, and local community chapters in your area.
III. Learning, Support, & Action
The discounts help you save, but there are plenty of other resources on site that help you learn more about living better. Resources for learning and taking action on AARP are catered specifically to the needs of the audience. They include, but are not limited to:
Spouses, family, and friends can all be caregivers. Inogen recognizes first-hand that caregiving takes a toll on people that isnât often addressed. AARP actually has a Caregiving Resource Center, offering information, tools, and tips for any caregivers. These people are not often concerned with their own well-being since they are so focused on the well-being of another. Thatâs why utilizing a resource like this is important.
The AARP can be a lot of things to a lot of people. It considers the specific needs of its members, and, like Inogen, values an active lifestyle and good health. If youâre not a member already, it could be worth learning more about all that it offers!
Photo Credit: Wikimedia, Michelle Obama with AARP Card