Later life planning starts now

Limestone Coast Connect, COTA SA and Pangula Mannamurna are inviting LGBTI members to Rainbow Horizons Day on Sunday at Di Monty Training Solutions from 3.30pm.

This event is an important project to create greater support across generations in relation to end-of-life planning, care and dying.

COTA SA Rainbow Hub project officer Jackie Wurm said the organisation wanted to reach new areas with this initiative.

“We have not had the resources in the past but thanks to funding from the Office of Ageing Well which is part of SA Health we are able to travel to Mount Gambier, Burra and Victor Harbor,” she said.

“It is open to any LGBTI people to come along and meet about what is happening in the region as well as socialising and we are really happy to be doing that in partnership with Limestone Coast Connect and Pangula Mannamurna.

“It is much easier to work together and link with other organisations which strengthens everybody.

“We rely on allies in the community to help spread the word because sometimes people are scared to be out, and we cannot do the work on our own of finding everyone who is interested and connect with them.

“If you love those around you act earlier rather than later, try and think about what is happening as we get older and how we can make that a better experience for all.”

Register interest at COTASA.org.au or call COTA SA on (08) 8232 0422.

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