Dr. Jane Fleishman, PhD, provides a Q&A on authoring, The Stonewall Generation: LGBTQ Elders on Sex, Activism, and Aging.
December 2020 | Dr. Jane Fleishman, PhdLearn More Download PDF
The goals of Welcome to Pride are: to learn about effective age-friendly features that Pride organizers and elder advocates currently have in place; to share these best practices; and to secure commitments from Pride organizers to maintain or increase the number of age-friendly features of their events.
November 2019 | SAGELearn More Download PDF
How would you create an event, at a national scale, to foster connections across generations? What steps would you take, what questions would you ask, and how would you know you’d been successful? Read this article to learn more.
April 2019 | interstitio & SAGE report written by by Eric Gladstone, Pony Knowles, and David C. ThompsonLearn More Download PDF
The Administration for Community Living (ACL) believe that every person has the right to make choices and to control their own decisions. This right is independent of age or disability or stage of illness.
October 2017 | Administration for Community LivingLearn More Download PDF
This Q & A is an update regarding the research of Jane Fleishman on what it was like to come of age and come out during the Stonewall Era.
August 2017 | Jane Fleishman, PhDLearn More Download PDF
10 Consejos Para Encontrar Servicios Afirmativos Para La Comunidad LGBT
June 2017 | SAGE's National Resource Center on LGBT AgingLearn More Download PDF
A Q&A interview with Jane Fleishman, PhD is a comprehensive sexuality educator and consultant with more than 30 years’ experience as a teacher, trainer, and program evaluator. This article discusses Jane's new project Coming of Age at the Time of Stonewall.
September 2016 | Jane Fleishman, PhDLearn More Download PDF
This model illustrates the correlations between variables for older adults in same-sex relationships.
September 2016 | Dr. FleishmanLearn More Download PDF
Understanding Deterrents and Barriers to Supporting African American/Black and other People of Color Aging In the LGBTQ/SGL Community and Finding Solutions
Dr. Imani Woody shares insights regarding barriers faced by people of color aging in the LGBT community and explores solutions LGBT organizations can utilize to support involvement and equity by people of color aging in LGBTQ communities.
February 2016 | Dr. Imani WoodyLearn More
The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging is committed to working with and supporting advocates around the country. Read this Q&A is with Cynthia Rangoon Grant, an ally working in Connecticut, to learn more about her work and her advice for other advocates trying to make a positive change.
November 2014 | National Resource Center on LGBT AgingLearn More Download PDF
Robert Espinoza, Senior Director of Public Policy and Communications at SAGE, discusses the importance of including LGBT older adults in the Older Americans Act in this article published in Aging Today, the bimonthly newspaper of the American Society on Aging.
July 2012 | Robert EspinozaLearn More Download PDF
This essay, written by (then) 78-year-old Ellen Ensig-Brodsky, describes her personal journey of encountering issues related to LGBT aging as a long-term care surveyor. As a result, Ensig-Brodsky helped create the Pride Senior Network, an organization aimed at providing LGBT older adults with a wide range of services.
March 2012 | Ellen Ensig-BrodskyLearn More Download PDF
This toolkit, developed in the UK, is designed to provide the building blocks to understand the importance and potential of intergenerational working for the LGBT community, but also, provide providers with the foundations to run a project on their own.
October 2011 | The Intergenerational Longevity CentreLearn More Download PDF
Article on the importance and need for LGBT training for aging services providers.
July 2011 | Hilary MeyerLearn More Download PDF
The Age of LGBT Aging was the Keynote address from TransFaith in Color 2011 national conference. The conference was hosted by the Freedom Center for Social Justice. Additionally, this speech was posted on the web site for Southerners on New Ground (SONG).
July 2011 | Robert EspinozaLearn More Download PDF