Brain health & social isolation in the LGBTQ+ community

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Cassandra Burton answered a question about cultural competencies needed in healthcare for LGBTQ adults.
Sarah Lenz Lock answered a question about the difference between loneliness and social isolation.
Dr. Aisha Bonner Cozad answered a question about ways to combat social isolation.

About

AARP Florida hosted this Access Live event to speak with participants about brain health and social isolation in the LGBTQ+ community. This event featured Cassandra Burton, Associate Managing Editor for AARP; Dr. Aisha Bonner Cozad, Senior Research Advisor for AARP; and Sarah Lenz Lock, Senior Vice President for Policy in AARP’s Policy, Research and International Affairs. The hosts discussed what kind of cultural competencies are needed in healthcare for LGBTQ adults, the difference between loneliness and social isolation, and ways to combat social isolation.