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Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities Annual Survey

Texans Age 50+ Invited to Participate in Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities Annual Survey


 

The Texas Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities conducts an annual survey on an aspect of living in Texas with a disability. This year the Committee is interested in examining the impact of the aging population across our ten issue areas, which are: access, communication, education, emergency management, health, housing, recreation, transportation, veterans and workforce.

Today, people are living longer and the U.S. population in general is increasingly older. Beginning in 2005, Texas has experienced the largest annual population growth of any state. Seniors, those over 65 years of age, are projected to more than triple in size from 2010 to 2050, approaching 7.9 million. The age category including those 45 to 64 years of age is projected to be the second fastest growing age group, growing 55% by 2050 to a population of over 9.3 million. Much of the population growth in Texas is projected to come from the large urban counties of Harris, Dallas, Tarrant, Bexar, and Travis, but the fastest growth is projected to occur in the suburban rings surrounding these counties. (data from Texas State Demographer reports)

About the Survey (s):

Part 1 was made available for the month of July.

If you haven’t taken Part 1 of the Aging Related Disabilities Survey, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NS3VHY7

Part 2 is now available for the month of August.

To take Part 2 of the Aging Related Disabilities Survey, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DRKNXGY

Alternative formats are available in large print, Spanish or can be voiced out by phone with assistance of staff. For any alternative format, email or call Stephanie.Myers@gov.texas.gov or 512-463-5739.

Si a usted le gustaría aprovechar esta encuesta en español por favor envíe un correo electrónico a Stephanie Myers @ Stephanie.myers@gov.texas.gov

Informatin provided by Office of Governor Abbott.

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