This UK research report from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is an exceptional report from an exstensive project. Unlike many reports on ageing, this one includes sexuality when diversity is discussed. It moves away from the 'successful ageing' framework and instead focusses on giving older…
These guidelines developed by the federal government on the recognition of sex and gender in personal records are an important step forward and a valuable resource when considering documentation and confidentiality for trans and intersex people. The goal of the Guidelines is to develop a…
In 2010 Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria (GLHV) piloted a program to assist health and human servicesorganisations develop practices and protocols that are inclusive of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgenderand intersex (GLBTI) clients. The program is called: How 2 create a GLBTI-inclusive service. The How2 pilotwas…
Anneke Deutsch, the housing and aged care spokeswomen for Matrix Guild Victoria, has appeared in this wonderful video about gays and lesbians in aged care. The video is part of the 'Something in Common' series made by the Australian Human Rights Commission that celebrates and…
Our most recent addition to our 'AC' series of resources, the RAC Pack is designed for workers in residential aged care. We are still seeking feedback on this resource hence 'DRAFT' appearing on the front cover. 
There is a growing body of evidence, both international and Australian, to suggest that non-heterosexual people experience anxiety and depression at higher rates than their heterosexual peers and are at greater risk of suicide and self-harm. Yet, there has been little recognition of the implications…
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