The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging is a project of www.sageusa.org
National Resource Center on LGBT Aging



We're steadily creating a resource center that will provide resources across a variety of LGBT aging topics. Tell us what you'd like to see and sign up for updates.

Register Now

Inclusive Questions for Older Adults: A Practical Guide to Collecting Data on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

December 2016 | National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

Download PDF
Reprint
Permission Form


"This guide was created to help service providers ask questions about sexual orientation and gender identity in safe and respectful ways [by] relying on research, real-world knowledge, and experience."

Revised and updated in 2016 to reflect emerging best practices and resources regarding sexual orientaion and gender identity questions and termonolgy. This guide helps to answers the question: “How can our mainstream aging organization ask questions about sexual orientation and gender identity in safe and respectful ways to better inform our services and programs?" Written with suggestions, tips and practical ideas this guide will assist in your organization's path to asking fully inclusive questions to all of your clients.

 

[After reading our guide, please take our short satisfaction survey!]

In order to accommodate requests for print copies, please fill out our online form here. >>


Find resources in your area

Links to sites that help you find aging sources accross the country

Resources in Your Area
Advanced Search
Related Resource

LGBT Older Adults and Exclusion from Aging Programs and Services

This brief details LGBT older adults' reluctance to access mainstream aging service providers and programs, which can increase their sense of social isolation, as well as the delay in seeking medical treatment, ultimately impacting their mental and physical health. Note: This publication was created before the June 2013 US Supreme Court decision overturning Section 3 of DOMA, so some information contained herein may no longer be applicable. MORE >


See more: Culturally Competent Care and Training, Social Security / Medicaid / Medicare / Health Care