Webinar Overview

Senior living communities need to reflect, address, and attract diverse population preferences. As many LGBTQ+ older adults have lived a lifetime of challenges and discrimination, which often persist as they enter the long-term care system, there are great opportunities for senior living leaders to consider unmet expectations from these individuals. Providers are increasingly tapping into these unmet demands by addressing barriers to promote equitable, person-centered resident engagement. Learn how your community can create safe and inclusive environments for LGBTQ+ individuals that draw on their wisdom, allow them to participate in the community, and receive the support they need as they age to finally build true person-centered care.

At the end of this event, attendees will be able to:
• Understand the key terms being used by LGBTQ+ older adults to better engage them as prospects and residents
• Recognize the historical and current context LGBTQ+ older adults navigate to help address the barriers preventing them from engaging fully as residents
• Discover practical resources to enhance engagement among LGBTQ+ older adult residents and to advocate as individuals for LGBTQ+ interventions

1 free NAB, NCCAP, NCCDP and/or NCTRC CEU for those who attend the live event

Industry Expert Speakers


Robert Espinoza

Executive Vice President of Policy, PHI


Rev. Beth Long-Higgins


Rev. Beth Long-Higgins

VP of Engagement and Director of the Ruth Frost Parker Center for Abundant Aging at United Church Homes


Register Now

About Linked Senior

Our mission is to enhance life in senior living. We support person-centered care through life enrichment and dementia engagement using simple technology and non drug therapy. Learn more or connect with our team to learn how Linked Senior is a cost effective, ROI-centered service that improves outcomes, helps increase compliance, boosts staff empowerment, lowers turnover and increases job satisfaction and revenue. Get In Touch