AARP Texas

Tirelessly working for Texans 50+ and their families
APR 16, 2021
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
APR 16, 2021
A free online public conversation about making Austin a more age-friendly community will take place Thursday, April 22.
APR 13, 2021
House Bill 3924 and Senate Bill 1973 allow so-called “skimpy” health coverage to be sold through Farm Bureau health plans. A related bill (HB 3752) would allow more of this same coverage that can deny coverage or charge more for your preexisting conditions to be sold through Texas Mutual plans.
APR 12, 2021
A 2020 report revealed that half of the Asian American caregivers say the person they care for lives with them in their home, more common than non-Hispanic whites.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Texas for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
COVID-19 Hospital Admissions On The Rise As The Christmas Holiday Approaches
Una guía sobre cuándo y dónde recibir la vacuna contra la COVID-19.
When someone demands payment via gift card, that’s when you know you’ve caught a scammer. Join AARP for a free webinar to learn about common scams where gift cards are the currency.
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AARP Texas Director Tina Tran issued a statement in response to remarks on April 7 by House Speaker Dade Phelan regarding health care legislation.
Voters In 14 States Head To The Polls On Super Tuesday
All voters 65 and older can vote safely from home with an absentee ballot.
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Jenell Clark of Dallas has been struggling for months to gain attention to the plight of her mother, 86-year-old Mae Birks. Now she’s brought her story to state legislators, testifying recently in the Senate Business & Commerce Committee in opposition to Senate Bill 6.
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AARP Texas is working with city leaders and state lawmakers to expand access to high-speed internet service. 
mind, body, spirit, soul and you
As COVID-19 vaccines continue to roll out, caregivers who can’t find them may find themselves in stressful conditions, which can negatively affect their mental and physical well-being.
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Members of the Texas Legislature’s Senate Business & Commerce Committee approved a version of Senate Bill 6, a liability-immunity measure that would gut needed protections for Texas nursing home residents. The version of the bill now headed to the full Senate will, if enacted, strip residents’ ability to hold long-term care facilities accountable for negligent care.
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Survey: Small business owners see an increasingly uncertain economic outlook
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