Cyflwyniad – Introduction

Adnodd ar-lein i staff a rheolwyr cartrefi gofal ar sut i ddarparu amgylchedd gofal cynhwysol i bobl hŷn sy’n arddel hunaniaeth Lesbiaidd, Hoyw, Ddeurywiol, neu Draws (LHDT+).

Online learning materials and films for making care homes more inclusive for older LGBT+ people in England and Wales. A joint project between the Diversity Trust and the University of Bristol.

Care Under the Rainbow Films

Werner and Alan’s Story

Creating Trans inclusion

Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual inclusion

Care home staff talking

Trans Ageing and Care (TrAC) Project Films

About The Trans Ageing & Care Project | My Genderation

Cat Burton | My Genderation

Dave | My Genderation

Annabelle | My Genderation

Fran | My Genderation

Supporting Documents

The supporting documents for the Care Under the Rainbow project can be downloaded here. These documents are available in English and Welsh language.

English

Cymraeg

Course Programmes

For more information about our training on LGBT+ inclusion please click here

Blog – Care Under the Rainbow

Read our blog post from Dr Paul Willis and Dr Wenjing Zhang, from the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol, about the Care Under the Rainbow project read here

Policy and Research Background

Read more about the research background to the project from the University of Bristol please follow this link to the research and policy briefing papers click here

Read more about the research background from the Diversity Trust community-based research projects click here

Trans Ageing and Care (TrAC) Project

Dr Paul Willis (School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol), Dr Michele Raithby & Dr Christine Dobbs (Centre for Innovative Ageing, Swansea University).

About the research: Stonewall estimates that around 1% of the population identify as trans, including people identifying as non-binary, though there are no accurate estimates of the number of trans people in the UK. The recent UK survey of over 108,000 LGBT+ respondents commissioned by the UK Government (2018) indicates that trans respondents (13% of the sample) report lower life-satisfaction scores than the general population. Very little is known about trans people’s health and social care needs in later life and not much attention has been given to issues associated with trans ageing. The objective of this two-year study was to better understand what the health and social care needs are of trans adults (50+ years of age) and to examine whether current health and social care services providers and professionals are meeting those needs in Wales.

Here is the link to the project website http://trans-ageing.swan.ac.uk/

Contact Dr Paul Willis for more information about the TrAC Project (Email) mailto:paul.willis@bristol.ac.uk