Hiv And Mental Health Series: Cognition In Older Adults

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Supporting older adults living with HIV through cognitive and mental health challenges: Implications for services providers with Andrew Eaton

REGISTER NOW! by emailing registration@caseyhouse.on.ca to confirm your attendance.

Join us for an interactive discussion concerning how to support people living with HIV who are experiencing cognitive concerns and challenges. Pizza will be provided.

HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder (HAND) is an issue that can affect many people living with HIV. A community-based research study has been completed that engaged people living with HIV over age 50 in a survey to understand their cognitive concerns and challenges and their recommendations for helping professionals. This seminar will present research findings alongside a discussion of how social workers, counsellors, and community service providers can provide support concerning HIV and brain health.

Presenter: Andrew Eaton, MSW, RSW, was the principal investigator on this study. Andrew is a social worker, researcher, and Group Programming Coordinator at the AIDS Committee of Toronto. He will be joined in this presentation by three members of the research team – John McCullagh, Chantal Mukandoli, and David McClure.

Casey House's HIV series is intended as capacity building, knowledge exchange and education for health care professionals and HIV/AIDS service providers.

Kindly advise us when you register If you require assistance or have special requirements to ensure we can make every effort to accommodate these requests.
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