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This article provides information on the Affordable Care Act for people with disabilities. This article is adapted from a fact sheet by Disability Rights Texas.  
This article tells you about the Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare". It tells you how to enroll, when, and the costs of enrolling. This article was written by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid. 
This article provides information on area agencies on aging, and how to get help. The information is from the web site of Texas Health and Human Services.
This article provides information on assistive technology that could be provided for disabled Texans by Medicaid. It is excerpted from a paper by the National Assistive Technology (AT) Advocacy Project of Neighborhood Legal Services, Inc.  
This article contains information on a way certain non-parents can be allowed to consent to medical treatment of a minor child. This article was developed by the Texas Kincare Taskforce. Links to a FORM to consent to medical treatment by a non-parent is included. 
This article provides information on dealing with denials or reductions of Medicaid services. This information is excerpted from content by Disability Rights Texas.  
This TexasLawHelp.org article highlights a handbook on Texas elder law. The Elder Law Handbook covers information such as powers of attorney, guardianship, Medicaid, wills, and more. It was written by the Houston Bar Association. 
This article explains the ways health care can be used to benefit you, as a senior citizen. This article was written by the National Consumer Law Center. 
This article provides information on health insurance for children as well as Medicaid-CHIP programs. This article was provided by the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
This article provides information on hospice care, respite care, and Medicare coverage for these services. Additional information is available in the link at the bottom of this page. This information was provided from Medicare.gov.  
This article provides information about rights of the individuals with disabilities, insurance for Texans with disabilities, healthcare coverage options, as well as other information. This article was provided by the Texas Department of insurance.
This article tells you information about dealing with and preparing for Medicaid Estate Recovery. This article was written by Texas RioGrande Legal Aid. 
This article provides information about Medical Powers of Attorney. Specifically, it discusses what a medical power of attorney is, what it can do, and more. This article was written by Texas Legal Service Center's Legal Hotline for Texans. 
This article contains answers to common questions about medical powers of attorney in Texas. This article was written by the Texas Legal Services Center. 
This article provides information on the basics of Medicare. This information was provided from Medicare.gov. 
This article provides answers to common questions about Medicare and your mental health benefits. Specifically, it provides information on eligibility, outpatient and inpatient benefits, prescription drug coverage, where to get the help you need, and more. .This article was written by the U.S. Department of Health and Human...
This article provides information on medicare and medicaid coverage for mental illness. This information was provided by medicare.gov. 
This article provides information about long-term care and long-term care insurance. This article is excerpted from material by the Texas Department of Insurance.
This article provides information on elder care and Medicare. This article is excerpted from the web site of the U.S Department of Health and Human Services.
This article provides information and answers about an Out of Hospital Do Not Resuscitate Order. This article was written by the Texas Legal Service's Center's Legal Hotline for Texans.