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.
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.
AARP Texas Director Tina Tran was honored on October 2nd with the OCA National Asian Pacific American Corporate Achievement Award. The annual award recognizes an Asian American Pacific Islander employee who demonstrates commendable dedication to business success and their community.
Life-long volunteer Delores Wilson saw the pandemic's challenges as an opportunity to serve others, and her efforts earned her a finalist spot in AARP's nationwide "Show Your Love Volunteer Contest."
In a Texas Bullhorn Facebook Live broadcast, AARP Texas Director Tina Tran spoke with Megan Hookey, AARP Vice President of Volunteer Engagement, about why people volunteer, as well as how to continue serving others in our virtual world.
As a voter in Texas, there’s much to consider in the run-up to the general election, and here are answers to some of the question Texans may have about what steps to take before casting ballots.
In a Facebook Live conversation with AARP Texas Director Tina Tran, Alexa Schoeman of the Texas Office of the Long-term Care Ombudsman discusses how to register and cast your ballot in a long-term care facility in Texas.
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