Take Part In A Project On Ageing With HIV In Manchester


What’s it like to get older as a person living with HIV in Manchester?  Are all the services you need available?  Do they work well together?


The National AIDS Trust (NAT) has been working to improve the way that healthcare and other services related to well-being, such as social care and support services, are all properly joined up.


Now, NAT and George House Trust want to make sure services work well for older people living with HIV in Manchester.  They want to speak to local people about what they need, and then they want to work with service providers to see how those needs can be met.


If you are over 45, use HIV services in Manchester, and would like to share your experiences, we want to hear from you.  We are especially keen to hear from people who need additional services (for example, if you see a specialist for heart condition, use mental health services, or have social care needs).


We will be holding a workshop in the near-future, more information will be sent out soon.

Tuesday, 1 September, 2020

Living with HIV? Want to talk to us?
Call 0161 274 4499 or email: talk@ght.org.uk