Improving health and social care for trans and non-binary people

JoeOk

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In this article, from Alzheimer's Society, Rehana Findlay, Community Development Coordinator, shares ground-breaking work from organisations in Bristol and Alzheimer's Society. As reaching out to the LGBTQ+ community is a focus for them in their role, they discuss how they can help improve the experiences of trans and non-binary people when they need to access health or social care.

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SAP

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This is really important work and I hope it goes nationwide. My mum is on a same sex unit as she gets very agitated by being with the opposite sex and I’m aware that this is not uncommon. I would hope a trans woman would be given the same consideration if that’s what they needed. Anyone who has struggled with gender or sexual identity must have their specific needs met and I’m sure that does not happen sadly at the moment. Keep up the good work.
 

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