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.
AARP Texas and other groups align to rein in payday and auto title lending abuses.
A demographics reporter who has covered voting rights issues in Texas is being honored by AARP Texas for producing impactful journalism projects that address the interests and needs of older Texans and their families.
AARP Texas Communications Intern Marina Garcia reflects on her experience at AARP and how the association fights for older Texans and their families.
Two Rio Grande Valley residents have joined the all-volunteer leadership group that establishes strategic goals and objectives for the Association’s statewide presence consistent with AARP’s national strategies. Their work will help position AARP as an influential voice for older Texans.
Two Central Texas-based reporters -- Avery Travis and Mose Buchele -- are being recognized by AARP Texas for producing impactful journalism projects that address the interests and needs of older Texans and their families.
Health experts from the Texas Department of State Health Services discussed COVID-19 vaccines and booster distribution plans during a tele-town hall.
Six Texas organizations will receive 2021 Community Challenge grants. Five are in Houston and one in Dallas.
AARP Ride@50+℠ Program Connects Local Transportation Options onto one Platform; Offers Free Rides for COVID-19 Vaccines with Local Organizations
Texas legislators are responding to the call to take swift and decisive action to ensure the health and safety of long-term care facility residents and staff. AARP Texas Director Tina Tran applauded Texas lawmakers for their initial work and urged continued progress toward passing several important bills to protect nursing home residents.
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