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Are You Aware of the Issues LGBT Elders Face? Let’s Be Inclusive
May 1, 2015 Many of the over 4 million lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender elders (LGBT) in the U.S. remain invisible to most service providers and to the LGBT community at large. Becoming aware of the challenges these elders face and implementing easy, subtle yet powerful ways of being inclusive make a big difference in their access to care, services and a better quality of life.
Unnatural Causes: Effects of Socioeconomics and Racism on Health
Feb. 23, 2009 Website Highlight
Continued Health Disparities: Higher End-of-Life Medicare Costs for Minority Patients
May 5, 2009
Small Victory in Language Access – 2009 MA and Part D Plan Notices of Coverage to Include Information on Available Translated Materials
California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN)
2008 Website Highlight
California Leads Nation in Growing Numbers of Grandparent Caregivers
Will Medicare Provide Parity in its Mental Health Services? It’s Time
How Are People with HIV/AIDS Fairing with Medicare Part D?
Are You Practicing Cultural Humility? The Key to Success in Cultural Competence
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
2007 Website Highlight
Proposed Regulations Weaken Language Access Law in California HMOs
Medicare Needs to Play Key Role in Eliminating Health Disparities
The Obesity Epidemic: Strategies for Action and Prevention
The Obesity Epidemic: Examining the Who and Why
Michael Moore’s New Documentary Exposes Healthcare Woes and Emphasizes Advocacy
Disability Rights Legal Center (DRLC)
2006 Website Highlight
Are Your Services Available to Beneficiaries with Disabilities?
2006 Website Highlight
Part D Struggles Stimulate Ideas to Overcome Language Barriers
Speaking the Language: Are Your Services Available to Those Who Need Them?
A Discussion on White Privilege: Part II
Dialogues on Ethnicity, Race, Racism and White Privilege
A Discussion on Race and Racism: Part I

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