Over 50? So What! – Season Eight, Episode Five

Val’s LGBTI Ageing and Aged care – How can individuals and organizations be more welcoming. On the show today we’re going to look at how we as individuals or organizations can be more welcoming to our older LGBTI people. Even though it seems that most people in Australia are now very accepting, unfortunately many of our older LGBTI community still carry a lot of anxiety from past, so it’s up to us all to be welcoming. We meet Pauline Crameri and Andrew Rogers from Val’s LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care and discuss how we can all be more welcoming to our older LGBTI community. Val’s LGBTI Ageing & Aged Care is a program of Rainbow Health Australia, at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health, & Society, La Trobe University.

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