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.
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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.
AARP Texas and Texas Legal Services Center filed a formal request with the Public Utility Commission of Texas to provide immediate relief to Texas’ residential utility consumers who suffered during the February winter storm.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission recently announced that it is partnering with the Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities, AARP Texas and the Texas Association of Regional Council to work on projects to improve the lives of caregivers.
AARP Texas sent a letter to the members of the Texas House State Affairs and Energy Resource Committees today ahead of an expected Feb. 25 joint hearing. Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan called the hearing to consider the factors that led to statewide electrical blackouts during the Winter Storm Uri.
AARP Texas, the leading organization for Texans age 50+, has announced priority issues that it seeks to advance during the 2021 legislative session. AARP Texas Director Tina Tran said the priorities include achievable bipartisan actions needed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to prepare for Texas’ future.
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