No Need to Straighten Up

Staff WriterAdvocacy, GRAI News, Health and Wellbeing, Research

no need to straighten up

No Need to Straighten Up is a piece of research commissioned by beyondblue and explores issues of discrimination, depression, anxiety amongst older lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex Australians. (July 2014; authors: Catherine Barrett, Carolyn Whyte, William Leonard Jude Comfort) (PDF attached).

We don’t have any of those people here – Research into attitudes of aged care providers towards LGBTI+ clients.

Staff WriterAdvocacy, GRAI News, Health and Wellbeing, Research

Research indicates older GLBTI people are likely to be disadvantaged in the aged care sector due to their sexuality. Research carried out by GRAI in conjunction with Curtin University and supported by a Lotterywest Social Research Grant, investigated the preparedness of the retirement and residential aged care sector in Western Australia in response to this minority group. Findings from the … Read More