Tag: Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation

This report summarizes the results of a national survey of programs and services which address the needs of older people living with HIV in Canada. It is accompanied by a companion document which provides brief descriptions of each of the 21 unique HIV and aging-related programs and services identified by the scan. To access the… Read more »

Help us raise awareness about how HIV impacts aging and older adults in Canada: Join our World AIDS Day Social Media Campaign! National Coordinating Committee on HIV and Aging, Programs & Services Working Group Purpose: Our goal is to raise awareness of the experiences, needs and issues facing older adults living with and vulnerable to… Read more »

Media Primer on HIV and Older Adults

The National Coordinating Committee on HIV and Aging (NCC) has prepared a media primer on HIV and older adults for reference and use by community-based organizations. As a member of the NCC, PAN is pleased to have collaborated on this primer and to be supporting it’s dissemination. The goal of this initiative is to ensure… Read more »

Webinar – Launch of new report: HIV & Aging

Join us for a webinar to launch a new and exciting community report: HIV & Aging:  A 2013 Environmental Scan of Programs and Services in Canada Tuesday, July 7, 2015, 2-3pm EDT The report outlines the results of a national survey of programs and services which address the needs of older people living with HIV… Read more »

The Canadian AIDS Society, with the Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation, and the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association, invites people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS to be part of a national conversation on Aging and HIV.  Please follow the link for more information. http://www.cdnaids.ca/home.nsf/pages/agingandhiv

        *** Le français suite l’anglais *** Webinar | The Social Aspects of Aging with HIV: A Thematic Review & Service Provider Perspective The Pacific AIDS Network (PAN), the Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation (CWGHR), and the CIHR REACH CBR Collaborative Centre invite you to attend a free webinar on Tuesday,… Read more »