OCT 22, 2020
In a recent Texas Bullhorn Facebook Live conversation, Charles Cascio outlined what volunteering with AARP looks like and how to join our work improving older Texans’ lives.
AUG 4, 2020
Older voters can vote absentee and everyone can vote early in person
OCT 20, 2020
AARP Regional Vice President Rawle Andrews Jr. Speaks at AustinUp Conference on Aging and Innovation
OCT 20, 2020
Christina Adkins of the Texas Secretary of State Elections Division outlines essential election season tips.
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!
A new AARP dashboard shows how Texas nursing homes are handling the coronavirus pandemic, which could provide state officials with useful insights.
From July to August, 15 Dallas-based AARP volunteers devoted their time to crafting an array of cards with messages of hope and encouragement for nursing home and assisted living residents.
The Electricity Relief Program provided economic relief for 600,000 Texan households. Tim Morstad, who leads advocacy work on consumer and financial issues for AARP Texas, outlines ways to find help for those now facing disconnection.
As community spread decreases, Gov. Greg Abbott amended visitation rules for long-term care facilities. Associate Commissioner Michelle Dionne-Vahalik spells out what these changes mean for visiting loved ones.
Nearly 7 million Latinos in the U.S. provide unpaid care to an aging or older loved one. Many Latino family caregivers see caregiving responsibilities only as something family members do for one another and do not seek outside help.
Los estudios demuestran que mantenerse activo no solo beneficia el cuerpo, sino también el cerebro. La actividad física mejora la memoria y también ayuda a reducir la posibilidad de desarrollar otros problemas de salud como enfermedades cardíacas y diabetes.
AARP Texas State Director Tina Tran released the following statement on Thursday (Oct. 8) in response to U.S. Senator John Cornyn’s citation of AARP and use of AARP’s logo in a political television ad. Tran said:
Thinking about filing for Social Security sooner than you expected? It could impact your monthly benefits later. Join us for a free AARP webinar where you’ll learn about the long-term effects of filing early, or how you can claim early and halt benefits if you land a job.
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