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Aging Texas Well Plan: 2012–13

State of Texas Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Texas 20 January 2012 Guidelines community services, Older Persons

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Description

The plan details the elements of the ATW initiative and establishes objectives
within each of the key focus areas identified by RP 42 mandates. During the
2012-13 biennium, with guidance from the Aging Texas Well Advisory
Committee (ATWAC), DADS will address the areas of focus outlined in RP 42.

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