These posters are designed to be put in the waiting room of health services to indicate to GLBTI clients that the service provider is sensitive to their needs.An accompanying brochure explains the rational for GLBTI sensitive health services. To find out more about ordering some…
Research indicates older GLBTI people are likely to be disadvantaged in the aged care sector due to their sexuality. Recent research carried out by GRAI in conjunction with Curtin University and supported by a Lotterywest Social Research Grant, investigated the preparedness of the retirement and…
This research uses stories and analysis to celebrate the important contributions made to the Victorian community by aged care workers. This report seeks to turn the tide on the frequent under valuing of workers in this sector. You can visit the project website here
The Strategy is designed to inform the way the Australian Government supports the aged care sector to deliver care that is sensitive to and inclusive of the needs of LGBTI people, their families and carers. It will also be used to guide future funding priorities…
This report examines the findings from a survey of 1,050 heterosexual and 1,036 lesbian, gay and bisexual people over the age of 55 across Britain. The survey asked about their experiences and expectations of getting older and examined their personal support structures, family connections and…
This guide has been developed by the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Health and Wellbeing (GLBTI MAC), to assist the Department of Health, the Department of Human Services and funded agencies improve the quality of care provided to their GLBTI…
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