Loneliness and social isolation hit the very older generations of LGBT+ people particularly hard because they are much less likely to have support from children or extended family, and a significant proportion of them still remain digitally excluded to varying degrees. The recent Covid-19 pandemic has also now socially distanced them from the LGBT+ friends, social activities and community centres they once relied on for company.
This one-hour interactive workshop, run by one of our members – Opening Doors London explores the impact of social isolation on the mental health of older LGBT+ people in the context of increased physical distancing and provides practical examples of ways LGBT+ groups and organisations can engage with this vulnerable community in the critical months ahead.
This interactive webinar will cover:
Please register below. You will be sent joining instructions prior to the start of the Webinar.
June 2 • 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm