Quests By Community: Living, Loving, Ageing, Affordable Housing, Support

Ricki Spencer encourages guest Max Primmer, as he generously elaborates on events throughout his life that demonstrate unpredictable life experience and vulnerability, that we each could face, which highlight life’s uncanny ability to throw curve balls at us at any time, at any age, often without warning.

As a HAAG – Housing for Aged Action Group – LGBTIQA+ Community Educator – Max aims to empower older LGBTI people to successfully navigate the housing and homelessness system, in a timely manner relevant for their individual circumstance.

Hosted by Ricki Spencer, a Trans Sociologist.

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