This article originally appeared on The Guardian’s website.
By Hazel Davis
on 16 September, 2013
In some cases older LGBT people in sheltered housing and care homes have hidden their sexuality
Some older gay couples hide their sexuality when they go into a care home. Photograph: Zoe Ryan
When same-sex marriage became law in July this year it was a victory for gay rights and another step towards complete equality. But for a whole section of the LGBT community, it seems there is still some way to go. Continue reading →
I came across these inspiring articles about living with dementia. You can also find the original articles by clicking on the headlines.
The message is clear: they still have the capacity to enjoy life and want to be involved in their community. So let’s encourage and support them by making sure people with dementia have a good social network and live in the right environment. This is key to their health and wellbeing.
The Momentia movement helps people with dementia contribute to society, and lessens the stigma that can accompany diagnosis
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