In addition to offering supplemental Medicare insurance, the American Association of Retired Persons, referred to as AARP, provides seniors with information about health care and other critical issues regarding senior citizens.
In 1988, AARP, The National Sheriff's Association, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police banded together to not only reduce criminal victimization affecting seniors, but also to quell their fear of crime.
If you are shopping for insurance and are unsure how to find the best rates and the most comprehensive coverage without paying for extra services you may not need, you can request information from AARP.
If you have already read up on the AARP Life Insurance Program and want to compare prices or receive a no obligation quote, you can use the Quick Quote Wizard found on the AARP Life Insurance website.
Although you do not have to be an AARP member in order to obtain health insurance coverage through United Health Care, the specific programs designed for AARP members are only available to members.