The number of older adults living with HIV is increasing. Older adults are at risk for HIV infection but are less aware of their risk factors that younger people. The senior adult population is also more likely to be unaware of HIV infection and diagnosed later in the course of the virus thus missing opportunities for early treatment and care.

Contact Simple Health Education to help your older adult group learn why older adults become infected with HIV, prevention techniques, early diagnosis, and treatment options. 

Simple Health Education


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Health Education for Older Adults and Caregivers of Older Adults