The AARP Bulletin

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Though rising COVID-19 vaccination rates have spurred some communities to reopen, many older adults continue to suffer from social isolation resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.
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AARP has teamed up with the Graduate! Network to let older Texans know that it is never too late to return to school. 
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June is LGBTQ Pride Month, and AARP is supporting Houston’s LGBTQ community with new podcasts focused on helping family caregivers. 
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AARP Texas is working with city leaders and state lawmakers to expand access to high-speed internet service. 
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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.
As the COVID-19 crisis carries over into the new year, AARP in Houston wants to help family caregivers overcome feelings of isolation, emotional fatigue and other struggles, and to begin 2021 with renewed spirit.
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AARP Texas is working with lawmakers to ensure that nurses throughout the state can work independently from doctors.
AARP has awarded five Community Challenge grants to help localities across Texas improve transportation and public spaces.
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Find concerts, educational tools and classes on topics like cooking healthy, among other entertaining offerings, on AARP in Houston’s Spanish-language Facebook page,
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