People with HIV, especially those with detectable viral load and those aging with HIV, need information and further education on COVID-19 and its impact on HIV care and treatment. With the stay at home social distancing guidance in place in most states, it has become increasingly more challenging for people with HIV to access care, maintain a healthy outlook, and remain connected.
Physical distancing has impacted access to and coordination of care, as well as mental health concerns driven by social isolation and overall pandemic-related anxiety and depression.
This webinar examines care coordination from clinical considerations and telehealth to housing and ASO/CBO services, as well as promoting resilience from self care and mental health to social connections and faith-based approaches.
Continuity of Care during COVID-19
HIV Clinical Considerations and COVID-19: Guidelines, Hospitalization, Adherence and Treatment Resistance
Dr. Howard Grossman, Medical Director, Midway Specialty Care
Navigating telehealth for accessing and maintaining care
Valerie Wojciechowicz, Medical Peer Program Manager, CAN Community Health
Michael Shankle, Senior Director of Capacity Building, HealthHIV
Evolving Community Needs: ASOs/CBOs Responding to the Pandemic
Kenya Hutton, Administrative Director, Damien Ministries
Housing and Access to Healthcare
Russell Bennett, CEO, Collaborative Solutions
Strategies for Resilience
Practicing Self-care and Maintaining a Healthy Outlook for People Aging with HIV and Communities of Color
Michelle Lopez, Healthy Aging Specialist, Gay Men’s Health Crisis
Tez Anderson, Founder, Let’s Kick ASS
Faith Based Approaches to Navigating Isolation and Practicing Social Connection
Edward Jackson, Community Engagement Manager, UAB Center For AIDS Research
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Download the Consumer Guide to Improving HIV Care and Coordination and Promoting Resilience here.