Making a Difference in LGBTQ+ Elder Housing
As part of our national, multi-year LGBTQ+ elder housing initiative, we are creating a series of webinars focusing on education, training, policy insights and services with Enterprise Community Partners. These webinars are designed to appeal to service providers, policy makers, other LGBTQ+ and senior organizations and LGBTQ+ people concerned about their housing options as they age. For the first time, two of our online events can be viewed, shared and downloaded by the public!
Training Housing Providers in LGBTQ+ Cultural Competency and Best Practices to Support LGBTQ+ Older People are now available! Both webinars feature important information and distinguished panelists, such as Mya Chamberlin, Director of Community Services, Friendly House Inc. (home of SAGE Metro Portland); Cheryl Gladstone, Senior Program Director, Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.; Daniel Tietz, Chief Special Services Officer, New York City Human Resources Administration; Catherine Thurston, Senior Director of Programs, SAGE; and Serena Worthington, Director of National Field Initiatives, SAGE.