Today the team at Gay Friendly Long-Term Care (GFLTC) unveiled its new site GayFriendlyLongTermCare.com to help gay males and lesbians (including bisexuals and transsexuals) access information about long-term care insurance. Visitors to the site will be able to request information from a group of industry professional, and beginning in mid-August, find a resource page and a community links page to inform and engage the community.
It is our hope this site will be a valuable resource for those in the GLBT community looking for professional guidance about long-term care insurance, highlight how care giving continues to be an integral part in so many peoples lives, and bring awareness to a serious situation that millions of Americans face every year.
Like the rest of the country, gay males and lesbians are living longer and face the prospect of needing care for the long-term should they find themselves incapacitated. But the needs of gays and lesbians differ from their heterosexual counterparts and present unique obstacles. These challenges require professionals who specialize in solutions in continued care for the GLBT community.
We invite you to visit the site and continue checking in with us in the future.