Resident & Community Engagement

Produced by the HRC Foundation

This section includes one set of criteria to help long-term care communities ensure that 1) LGBTQ+ residents are connected to the larger LGBTQ+ community and 2) that the long-term care community builds relationships with the larger LGBTQ+ community.

Developing mutually-respectful relationships is a key component to building strong, long-lasting culture change that supports LGBTQ+ residents within their long-term care communities. It creates a bridge for two-way information- sharing and education, provide openings for programmatic partnerships, resource sharing opportunities and more. Furthermore, it helps establish a long-term care community as one that is inclusive and well-respected within the larger community, attracting LGBTQ+ employees and residents in the future.

LEI Survey Questions

Understanding the Needs of LGBTQ+ Residents and Community

LGBTQ+ Community Engagement and Marketing

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