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SIT? The same, yet different

Last Updated: Wednesday 8 November 2017

This review has been produced by Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations’ Council on behalf of Evaluation Support Scotland as a contribution to the ‘A Stitch in Time?’ project.  

Whilst many older LGBT people live happy, successful lives, others face considerable challenges through their lives which affect their ability to make full and appropriate use of mainstream services. LGBT people are more likely to need formal services because traditional family networks may not be as strong as in the general population.