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From festivals to better food, amusement parks are adding features for older adults. Take a look at what's new!

A #LivingHistory of the LGBT Movement

At AARP, we know that the history of the LGBT movement is still being written. A #LivingHistory of the LGBT Movement powered by AARP is a storytelling series honoring past, present and future heroes of the LGBT movement. By understanding history, we can create a better future for everyone, especially for our aging LGBT older adults. To learn more about the challenges facing older LGBT Americans, please visit AARP's National Survey on Maintaining Dignity.


Featured LGBT Stories

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Researchers Concerned About LGBT Dementia Patients

Study finds lower prevalence than in general population, but treatment may be lacking

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Maintaining Dignity: A Survey of LGBT Adults Age 45+

LGBT adults age are concerned about having support as they age and want specific LGBT services

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Landlords Required to Protect Tenants from Anti-Gay Attacks

Appeals court overturns the earlier dismissal of retirement home case   

LGBT Caregiving

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LGBT Adults Fear Long-Term Care Discrimination

AARP survey also finds many are nervous about who will care for them as they age

Prepare to Care

Prepare to Care: A Guide for LGBT Caregivers

Caring for a spouse, partner, close friend, or family member is one of the most important roles you’ll play

Finding LGBT-Friendly Care for Your Loved One

Finding Helpful Resources for LGBT-Friendly Care

Getting proper caregiving support can be a challenge. Here are the tools to get the support you need

Video Spotlight

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Suze Orman opens up the vault to talk about her defining moments, her relationship with her mother and her personal estate plan.

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There are an estimated 325,000 Asian Pacific Islander adults in the United States that identify as LGBT. Here Asian American parents and their LGBT children discuss unconditional love.

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History & Community

Stonewall Ignited the Gay Rights Movement

A Look Back at the Turning Point for Gay Rights

For gay and lesbian Americans, June 28, 1969, was the day that changed everything

30 Years of AIDS in America:

AIDS in America

Milestones in our ongoing fight against this epidemic

Where AARP Stands

Where AARP Stands on LGBT issues

LGBT Issues and Aging

As an association, AARP is inclusive in its policies, programs, and advocacy positions. In the guiding words of our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, 'What we do, we do for all'

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