LGBT Seniors in Sonoma County Encountering Unique Challenges


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning, and Intersex (LGBTQI) seniors in Sonoma County are facing unique challenges as they experience what seems like “persecution” – making them feel like they are sinners, mentally ill, criminals or even targets of violence.

As a result, those who work or stay at institutional settings tend to shy away from social gatherings to avoid perceived or real bias or moral judgment.

According to new research, there are significant differences between homosexuals and their counterpart heterosexuals, most especially in terms of financial, physical, and emotional well being. They have a higher risk for depression, physical disability, poor health, and a history of alcohol and drug abuse.

With this, it is without question that there is a great need for excellent health care provisions for seniors, whatever circumstance they may be in. With flexible and trusted home care services they are assured of unbiased caring that they deserve.

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