Centre Manager for THT in Glasgow.

– Money, housing and finance for the people as they age – the physical and psychological effects of aging with HIV – sexual health, sexual identity and sexual lives – and the disclosure and discrimination integration in older people services. – Alison Mr., Centre Manager for THT in Glasgow, said: ‘The over-50s are the fastest growing group of people with HIV in the UK Some are newly diagnosed and others have lived with HIV for years, but never never taken into consideration, they would live this long, this is a unique set of challenges for those living with HIV in successfully managing their condition.

by THT Research has shown that not only the over-50s, the living with HIV, more likely to experience other long term health problems than others in their age group, they are also much more likely to to be financially and socially disadvantaged. The Positive Scotland project aims to provide a lifeline to this group, and we hope general issues conference will be a stronger focus on the problems, encourage them, . Continue reading “Centre Manager for THT in Glasgow.”