Previously Recorded Web Seminars: LGBT Aging

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Bisexuality and Aging: “What’s Your BiQ?”
Terri Clark, prevention coordinator at ActionAIDS in Philadelphia, will help aging professionals become more aware of bisexuality and assist them in working with diverse issues around sexuality. From October 23, 2014.
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Multimorbidity: The Next Challenge of the HIV Epidemic 
Stephen Karpiak, who has a 25-year research career in neurobiology and immunology on faculty at Columbia University Medical School, will detail the challenges of multimorbidity management in the older adult with HIV, including polypharmacy and the need to give primacy to resolving historically persistent high levels of depression seen in the HIV-infected populations. From June 12, 2014
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HIV and  Aging
It is estimated that by 2015, 50% of those living with HIV will be at least 50 years of age, a proportion that will rise to 70% by 2020.  Mark Brennan-Ing, PhD, the Director for Research and Evaluation at the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America in New York City, and Brian de Vries, Professor of gerontology at San Francisco State University, will review some of the most current research on aging with HIV/AIDS primarily drawing from two large recent studies in San Francisco and New York City. Implications of these findings will be discussed with particular relevance for policy, service providers and funders. From November 7, 2013
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Healthy Sexuality and Aging
Hilary Meyer, director of the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging, Robin Dessel administrative director, educator, public speaker, older adult rights advocate and clinician specializing in areas of dementia care and sexual rights, Karol Markosky, Special Programs Manager at Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, and Mark Brennan-Ing, Senior Research Scientist at the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, share information on healthy sexuality and aging from three different perspectives, including in a continuum of care environment, a community-based organization and cutting edge research on LGBT older adult sexuality. From December 20, 2012
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Finding the Information You Need from the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging and Beyond
Hilary Meyer, the director of the National Resource Center on LGBT Aging, covers tips and suggestions on what information is available about issues related to LGBT aging and how to access those resources. From September 13, 2012.
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Pride in Caring: Empowering Decision-Making and Advanced Planning for LGBT Family Caregivers
Trusts & Estates attorney Tom Sciacca and I. Herman Stern Professor of Law Nancy Knauer discuss the financial, healthcare and end-of-life decisions that are critical for LGBT family caregivers and their loved ones. Knowledge about available legal protections, state-controlled limitations and how to avoid potential pitfalls essential for aging network professionals who work with the LGBT community are outlined.
From July 26, 2012.
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The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging:
Cultural Competency Training, Website and More

Hilary Meyer and Michael Adams of SAGE, and Greg Case of the U.S. Administration on Aging, discuss the new and exciting projects of the AoA-funded National Resource Center on LGBT Aging, including a look at web content and the cultural competency training curricula.
From November 3, 2011.
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Creating a Safe and Affordable Environment: Identifying Needs and Building Housing for LGBT Older Adults
Seth Kilbourn of Openhouse and Sheila Moore of GLEH provide insight on the specific needs of LGBT older adults and outline two models that combine affordable housing and senior services for LGBT seniors.
From October 13, 2011.
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Technical Assistance Resource Center with Greg Case, Michael Adams, and Hilary Meyer
Greg Case, Michael Adams and Hilary Meyer discuss SAGE’s collaborative efforts to create a new resource center for older LGBT adults, and describe the services and supports that have been implemented so far. Plans for future development are also detailed.
From October 21, 2010.
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Still Out, Still Aging
Barbara Howard and Brian de Vries explore the similarities and differences between older LGBT adults and the general population, including the unique perspective LGBT Boomers have on aging. From September 16, 2010.
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