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Specific Populations: Adults 50 and Over

Aging with HIV/AIDS HTML


Webpage with information about the challenges of aging with HIV/AIDS.

Aging with HIV: Responding to an Emerging Challenge HTML

Source: National Institute on Aging

Highlights on federal research projects that are targeted to help better understand and address the needs of older people with HIV, including basic studies that compare changes at the cellular, organ, system, and individual levels associated with both aging and HIV.

HIV Among People Aged 50 and Older HTML

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Information and statistics about HIV among older adults in the United States, including prevention challenges in this population.

HIV, AIDS, and Older People HTML

Source: National Institute on Aging

Information about HIV/AIDS in older adults, including information on symptoms, testing, and prevention.

HIV: Know the Risks. Get the Facts: Older Adults and HIV/AIDS Toolkit HTML

Source: U.S. Administration on Aging

Tool kit that contains materials, such as fact sheets, videos, and posters, which are designed to inform older adults about the risks of HIV/AIDS and to encourage them to know their HIV status.

Newly Diagnosed: Older Adults HTML


Information for people over 50 years of age who have been newly diagnosed with HIV infection.

Talking With Your Older Patient HTML

Source: National Institute on Aging

Guidance for health care professionals on how to communicate effectively with older patients, including how to encourage wellness, discuss cognitive impairment, break bad news, and work with families and caregivers.

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