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NOV 2, 2022
AARP Texas has announced its top priorities and funding requests for the 2023 legislative session. The priorities aim to help Texas face the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly aging population.
MAR 24, 2023
Congress will again reauthorize the farm bill in 2023, providing an opportunity to make changes to nutrition programs, and for advocates to speak up.
MAR 24, 2023
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MAR 20, 2023
House Bill 568 would require that peace officers are trained on how to work with people with dementia.
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!
Proposed legislation could expand Texas’ capacity for research on mental health and brain-related diseases.
The way we search and interview for jobs is changing. Join us for a free virtual workshop in your area to learn tips for how you can reframe resume gaps, ace your interview, and make an impact in your online job applications.
AARP Texas Opposes House Bill 2127 and Senate Bill 149. The bills would undo basic protections for payday and auto-title lending borrowers.
Latest AARP research attaches $41 Billion value to the estimated 2.9 Billion hours of unpaid care that family caregivers provided in 2021.
AARP Texas is calling on state lawmakers to update the SNAP Vehicle Asset Test
Texas Sen. Cesar Blanco filed Senate Bill 1700, the Healthcare Expanded & Accessed Locally (HEAL Texans) Act. The bill expands health access by allowing full practice authority for nurse practitioners.
¿Sabía que cuando uno está inmerso en el dolor del duelo, podría ser difícil hacer cosas, hasta desempeñar tareas sencillas?
Hundreds descended on the 10th Annual San Antonio Coffee Festival for their morning cup of joe. The festival, held at Travis Park on Saturday, February 11, may have been a bit chilly, but coffee roasters were busy keeping the crowds warm with their unique blends of locally roasted coffee beans from all around the world.
Five bills filed in the Texas Legislature would help older Texans thrive.
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