The LGBT+ National Aging Research Center is dedicated to creating innovations to address the health, aging and well-being of LGBTQ midlife and older adults and their families. This Center is built upon strong collaborations across the nation with LGBTQ older adults, their families and communities, service providers as well as multidisciplinary experts from such diverse fields as Social Work, Medicine, Public Health, Sociology, Nursing, Psychology, Statistics, and Ethics.
Generations, the journal of the American Society on Aging, released their first issue on LGBT aging this summer, featuring the innovative work occurring across the nation to better serve LGBT older adults. Many Aging with Pride community partners contributed to this issue. Click here
to visit their website and see this special issue.