ASBA works with many other organizations to enrich the lives of its members. Here are just a few of our partners:
PRiME is for the ageless generation of women over 50 who don’t dress, think, or act like women in previous generations.
Prime provides a fresh perspective through articles written by prime women for prime women on fashion, travel, fitness, beauty, finances, relationships and entertainment. PRiME also offers expert career advice for those still in the professional world or venturing out to open their own business. Their network of successful career women who are at the top of their fields regularly write articles on how to navigate to the executive suite and corporate boards.
The Texas Retired Educators Alliance (TREA) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization under the ASBA umbrella, serving current and future retired educators in Texas, and focused on the specific needs of teachers and school employees.
TREA’s mission is helping current and future retired teachers in Texas live better lives through social connection, charitable giving to educational causes, and retirement benefit navigation.
ASBA supports Families for Better Care, Inc., a non-profit citizen advocacy group dedicated to creating public awareness of the conditions in our nation’s nursing homes and other long-term care settings and developing effective solutions for improving quality of life and care. Families for Better Care:
Nonprofit ACCESSMed provides Medicare and AHCCCS Medicaid counseling and enrollment support. They help health and income challenged seniors, and their caregivers, understand and enroll in the Medicare, Medicare Supplement and AHCCCS Medicaid benefits that Arizona’s elders are entitled to.
ACCESSMed educational, counseling and enrollment support services are delivered by a team of highly experienced, licensed and certified healthcare insurance professionals.