Caregiving

Caregiving can be a rewarding but sometimes challenging experience. LGBTQ+ caregivers face unique obstacles, from healthcare laws that privilege biological families to a lack of resources for LGBTQ+-specific needs. Because LGBTQ+ people are twice as likely to age alone and four times less likely to have children, LGBTQ+ elders become caregivers more often than their heterosexual counterparts.

  Find out more at the National Resource Center on LGBTQ+ Aging

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In-depth learning

The National Resource Center on LGBTQ+ Aging covers 20-plus topics in detail, with best practices guides, fact sheets, and more.

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