Age Well Live Well

HHS is providing information for older adults social distancing during COVID-19. Read Being Informed and Staying Connected (English PDF | Spanish PDF) and Nutrition Resources for Staying Healthy (English PDF | Spanish PDF).

Texas HHSC is launching the Know Your Neighbor campaign to encourage connection and engagement with older neighbors while remaining safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.

What we do every day plays a role in our quality of life as we get older. Aging and living well does not require a lot of money, social status or college degrees, but it does take time and planning and the payoff is priceless. Take a moment to plan your future and start living the life you want now and as you age – you are worth it!

The Texas Health and Human Services Age Well Live Well campaign highlights the importance of aging well and promotes increased community preparedness. The campaign outlines the steps we can take today to build a healthier tomorrow.

  • Be Healthy

    Maintain and improve your mental, physical and spiritual health as you age.

  • Be Connected

    Stay engaged and connected to your community.

  • Be Informed

    Learn about available services and supports that you might need as you age.

Partners & Communities

Support aging and living well by providing awareness of and access to services, creating social engagement opportunities, and providing education on aging issues.

More About Partners & Communities

Innovators in Aging

Nominate an innovative person, program, organization, community or technology for an HHS Innovators in Aging award.

More About Innovators in Aging


Age Well Live Well has resources to help individuals, organizations and communities build awareness, plan events and connect with partners.

Learn more about available resources.

Aging Texas Well

Learn about the HHS readiness initiative that helps Texans prepare for aging at individual, community and state level.

Learn more about Aging Texas Well.