The HIV: The Long View report, collaboratively developed by a coalition of HIV/AIDS advocacy groups and stakeholder organizations, investigates the potential implications of future health care trends on HIV care and management in the United States. With early detection and access to ongoing care and treatment, HIV can be a long-term manageable chronic condition for many.
View the report for calls to action to help HIV stakeholders support the long-term health and well-being of people living with and at risk for HIV.
The number of older people with HIV will grow, and we will spend more resources on prevention and management of their chronic conditions.
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Nearly half of older people with HIV (aged 50+) have changes in their mental and memory functions and may report difficulty completing daily tasks such as housework and managing their medications. More than one-third have some vision loss, one-quarter have suffered a fall in the previous year and more than one in 10 are hearing impaired.
- American Academy of HIV Medicine
- Gay Men’s Health Crisis
- National Council on Aging
- National Black Leadership
Gilead Sciences is a partner and sponsor of this initiative.