Launch of the Trans Ageing and Care Project Findings and Digital Stories

Thu 4th Apr 2019

The official launch of the project findings from the Trans Ageing and Care Research Project (TrAC) takes place on Thursday 4th April from 12.30 – 1.45 pm.

Based at Swansea University in the Centre for Innovative Ageing, this project is funded by The Dunhill Medical Trust and is dedicated to improving health and social care services for trans individuals over 50 years of age. The project seeks to inform the provision of dignified and inclusive health and social care services for older trans people in Wales.

At this event we will be launching our summary of findings and recommendations, and giving a debut screening of our short digital stories about older trans people’s lives in Wales, produced by Fox and Owl Fisher from My Genderation.

The project is proudly delivered in collaboration with Unique Transgender Network and the Older LGBT Network for Wales, Age Cymru. You can find out more about the project through our website: http://trans-ageing.swan.ac.uk

The event is free. Please register using this link.

For more information please contact Dr Paul Willis, Project Lead (paul.willis@bristol.ac.uk)

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