Assessing current and future housing and support options for older LGB people

Report that documents author' perspectives and then examine some of the relevant literature on the potential of personalisation, co-production, mutuality and concepts of the family.

It presents the findings of an online survey of younger LGB adults (30-69) who were asked to consider how and where they would like to live in older age, particularly if they have high support needs.

Thoughts from a discussion day held by the Stonewall Housing 'Insights' Older LGBT People's Housing Group Manchester Forum are also presented. It briefly explore some examples of emerging international innovations in housing and support for older LGB people.

Sarah Carr
Paul Ross
Joseph Rowntree Foundation