As we grow older most of us will need some form of assistance to maintain our desired quality of life, independence and dignity as we age. Dealing with declining health, loss of ability and accepting help from loved ones or paid caregivers is hard enough, for those in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community, aging and receiving care has its unique challenges and complications.

GEN SILENT is an award winning documentary by director Stu Maddux that explores the unique issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults as they age. Winner of numerous film festivals, GEN SILENT follows six LGBT older people for a year and chronicles their challenges and triumphs as they struggle to maintain their quality of life as they age.

Gen Silent: Screening & Workshop

with Special Guest Max Micozzi, Program Coordinator, SAGE Metro Portland

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
1:30-3:30 pm
Hood River Hotel
102 SW Oak Street, Hood River

CEUs are available. This screening and workshop are FREE & open to the public. Light refreshments provided. Movie Parking at Mt. Hood Railroad, 110 Railroad Avenue.

For more information, please call Britta Willson at 541-298-4101. For accommodations, please call Naomi Sacks at 503-385-7168.


Sponsored by the Columbia Gorge Pride Alliance, Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital, AARP Oregon, Aging in the Gorge Alliance and the Historic Hood River Hotel. Partners include APD and ADRC, Hood River Valley Adult Center, Oregon Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs.

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