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Confronting AIDS and Coming Out Taught Us How to Age Well

By Diverse Elders

by John-Manuel Andriote. This post originally appeared on the SAGEMatters blog.

A first-ever survey in 2013 of LGBT San Francisco residents aged 60 to 92 found something startling: 15 percent of the 612 respondents had “seriously considered” committing Read More

National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2018

By Nicole Van Nelson

Every year, March 20th is designated as National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. As the US Department of Health and Human Services states, the day is “a time to recognize the impact of HIV/AIDS on American Indians, Alaska Natives Read More

We Hear You: Why Being Culturally Competent Matters in Aging Services

By Meera Venugopal

Salma Abdul* was born and grew up in Bangladesh. Her children left for the US to study, then settled in the country as permanent residents. When her husband died, she found herself alone. Her children, unable to leave their lives Read More