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Age-Friendly Inclusive Services: A Practical Guide to Creating Welcoming LGBT Organizations

June 2017 | SAGE's National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

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Addressing assumptions about older people, and current practices that unintentionally exclude LGBT older people from your organization, is an important step toward inclusion.

 

NOTE: Due to COVID-19 and the national office being closed, ordering of print guides is discontinued until further notice. Please feel free to download a digital copy of the guide. Thank you and be well. 

 

Updated in 2017 to include information and resources on caregiving, this guide, created in consultation with LGBT organizations around the U.S. that serve older adults, is intended to help LGBT centers understand the unique challenges that LGBT people face as they get older, and provide you with some tools and strategies to ensure that LGBT older adults feel more included and safe in LGBT organizations.


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