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Identifying and Incorporating into Practice Screening Tools for People with HIV who are Aging in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program - Shared screen with gallery view
Kelli Abbott
14:33
Good Afternoon Everyone, We will get started at 1:00PM. If Thank you for joining!
George Lincoln
15:03
Hello Kelli,
Michael Jentes
15:36
Good Morning Sunburst Projects
George Lincoln
15:40
I am not sure if you need to invite me for the cam part? I am techno challenged
Amandra Johnson
15:44
Hello
Verlean Martin
16:12
Hello everyone, Verlean from Aliveness Project of NWI
Barton Shulman
16:26
Hi all - Bart from UCSF Alliance Health Project
David Williams
17:10
Good Morning all, from San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
Marlene Matosky
17:38
Hello everyone! Glad you joined today.
Melverta Bender
17:44
Hello from Mississippi State Department of Health
Michelle Schlegelmilch
17:55
Hello from the Pennsylvania Department of Health
Jamesinaez Jackson
18:08
Hello Everyone from the Aliveness Project
Tiara Howard
18:10
TIara Howard; CompleteCare
Dusty Araujo
18:14
Hello everyone- From Aging Services- San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Amit Chattopadhyay
18:17
Hello - Baltimore City Health Department
Zhanae Howard
18:18
Hello, Zhanae Howard from Aliveness Project of NWI.
Jenna Camacho
18:33
Hello everyone, Jenna from Center of Comprehensive Care at Jersey City Medical Center
Brodderick Roary
18:39
Hello. Brodderick Roary from NAESM
Robert Hasan
18:47
Hi everyone, Robert Hasan from Sunburst Projects
Robert Budreau
18:49
Hello, Bob Budreau Hudson Valley Community Services, Newburgh NY
Tiffany Leslie
18:50
Hello- Tiffany from AIDS Delaware
Rebecca Sandlin
18:53
Hi All. Rebecca Sandlin - DAP Health
Yehoshua Ventura
18:54
Yehoshua Ventura (he/el), Bilingual Peer Navigation Consultant, HIV Community Services, WA DOH
David Dunnington
18:57
David Dunnington Delaware HIV Consortium.
Renee James
19:02
Hi Everyone, Renee James, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
jpol
19:14
Hello everyone from Miami beach community health center, Jorge Pol - Peer Educator
Erin Burk-Leaver
19:29
Hi everyone! Erin Burk (she/her/hers) Aging Programs at Colorado Health Network, Inc.
Sabrina Colbert
19:36
Hello everyone, Sabrina from Aliveness Project of Northwest Indiana
John S (just me)
19:38
Thank you for the invite, Glad to be here, Hope all is well / John-Queens-NYC
Victor Montanez
19:41
Good afternoon, from Ararat San Juan PR, Dr Montanez
Anjali Sharma
19:42
Good morning! Anjali Sharma from Montefiore/Einstein
JM Muzungu
19:47
JM- Sunburst Projects Sacramento, CA.
Matthew Helton (they/them), NASTAD
19:49
Greetings, all. Matty Helton (they/them), Prevention Associate at NASTAD
Glenroy James
19:50
Good afternoon, everyone. Glenroy James. Ryan White Contract/Grants Administrator with Broward County, FL
Michael Luciano
19:52
Good afternoon all, Michael Luciano, SC HIV Planning Council
Ernesto Vicencio (He, Him, His)
19:54
Hello everyone. Ernesto Vicencio, Linkage to Care Coordinator, from AltaMed Health Services - Los Angeles.
Nerkis Roberts
19:56
Nerkis Roberts AIDS Ministries AIDS Assist
Tammy Morris
20:04
Hi everyone, Tammy Morris from the Aliveness Project of Northwest Indiana.
Kate Thomas
20:13
Hello from RWPA in Maricopa County, AZ!
Chasity Harris
20:16
Chasity Harris, Medical Transportation Coordinator, AIDS Foundation Houston
Maria's ipad
20:18
Hello all
Dean Puckett
20:37
Dean Puckett Vivent Health St. Louis, MO
Wigberto Gonzalez-Martinez
20:39
Good afternoon, Dr Wigberto Gonzalez from Centro Ararat, PR
R Chris Redwood
20:53
Great to see so many familiar names and faces as well as those first time participants...welcome to everyone!!!
Susan Burrows-Clark
21:05
Good Afternoon All! Susan from Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ
laine snow
21:11
Hello from New Mexico Dept of Health
Sean Aiken
21:29
Sean Aiken, Ryan White Coordinator, John C Fremont Healthcare District, Mariposa Ca.
Marie Pulkrabek
21:35
Hello All! Marie Pulkrabek, Director of HIV Case Management, Department of Health and Senior Services
April Avina
22:16
Good Afternoon! April Avina, Bilingual Medical Case Manager. The Damien Center
González Lillibeth
22:39
Hello, from NYC
Mary Nolan
23:29
Good afternoon, Mary Nolan, non-medical case manager from Ocean County Health Department in NJ
Lakethia Patterson
25:47
Good afternoon, Lakethia Patterson, Senior RW Program Manager at AIDS Foundation Chicago
Gracine Lewis
26:05
Good afternoon. Gracine Lewis, MAI and Special Projects Manager at the Northeast/Caribbean AETC
Kelli Abbott
26:54
Reminder: Slides for the presentation will be available to participants after the presentation
Mekissa Jones
27:06
Hello, Mekissa from Damien Center
Nolan Simon
28:06
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John S (just me)
28:12
At what point do we start screening for those that are born with HIV, As the wear and tear could represent an older / aging person
Tiara Howard
31:08
will we have access to the slides?
R Chris Redwood
31:24
Thanks Tiara - The presentation slides and recording will be made available on the TargetHIV website (www.targethiv.org) in the coming days.
Agosto-Rosario Moisés
32:25
Hi John S. I think for people that are HIV negative, doctors start screening at 65 but for HIV positive screening might be done, for these and other co-morbidities earlier. Some co-morbidities have shown in HIV+ people 10 to 15 years earlier than those HIV -.
John S (just me)
36:38
Why I mentioned Born With because of the issues of the body aging faster. They do not fit into the aging category
R Chris Redwood
38:40
Following John S' lead (thanks!!!), please feel free to post your questions in this Chat Room and we will aim to include them in the Q&A session when the presentations are completed.
González Lillibeth
39:22
screening should start of age 55 for PLWH
David Martin
43:30
@Lillibeth - Screening could possibly be earlier depending on the area of concern, population, comorbidities as well as any accelerated aging caused by HIV.
John S (just me)
43:50
At age 40 my provider may not be thinking I am living in a 55 yr old body
Viridiana dejesus
58:46
I can't hear does anybody have the same issue
Estefania Way
58:58
Hearing well
Marlene Matosky
59:19
My audio is fine
Viridiana dejesus
59:48
thank you, will check my audio
Nerkis Roberts
01:02:34
thank you!
jules levin
01:03:11
will slides & webcasted archive be available?
Agosto-Rosario Moisés
01:03:25
Yes
Agosto-Rosario Moisés
01:03:40
www.targethiv.org
jules levin
01:03:43
thanks
LAWRENCE FRANCIS COMMUNITY ADVOCATE NYC
01:04:46
What role do peers play during orientation?
Ronald Johnson
01:04:52
Are there gaps in coverage of screenings by private or public health insurers?
Debbie Mohammed
01:05:08
No extra charge for screening tools if using/adding screenings
Agosto-Rosario Moisés
01:05:30
Are you planning to do earlier than 65 screening?
Erin Burk-Leaver
01:06:31
If a client screens positive with mini-cog, for example, do you refer them for additional screening using screening such as MoCA or the International HIV Dementia Scale?
Debbie Mohammed
01:06:33
In athena
Ronald Johnson
01:06:38
My name is Ronald johnson, but that wasn't my question.
Sean Aiken
01:07:07
How are you dealing with Trauma, especially for those who are dealing with another pandemic which triggers the HIV pandemic for many older PLWH? Are you using an ACEs type screening?
Ronald Johnson
01:07:07
I did not raise the question about peers.
Michael Luciano
01:07:09
Adding to Moises's question is there any objective data, published or in-process of collection, on which to base an accelerated schedule of assessment for PLWHA?
jules levin
01:07:21
QUESTION: are there plants roll this out more broadly in RW clinics with federal support.
jules levin
01:07:59
QUESTON: Is this paid for simply by insurance billing?
Agosto-Rosario Moisés
01:08:23
Are you planning to do earlier than 65 screening?
reed (he/they) VCU Health
01:08:31
ACEs are adverse childhood experiences
LAWRENCE FRANCIS COMMUNITY ADVOCATE NYC
01:09:03
I raised the question about the role patient peers play during orientation.
Erin Burk-Leaver
01:09:24
We're also interested in incorporating a PACE-like model into our Aging Programs and Case Management. Are you collaborating with AAA's or state PACE programs?
jules levin
01:09:24
QUESTION: after diagnosing frailty what do you do with this information? are they referred?
A. Lin Ferrari
01:09:39
Were any or post-assessments completed by the patients to document improvement?
jules levin
01:10:27
my question
LAWRENCE FRANCIS COMMUNITY ADVOCATE NYC
01:10:38
The host has to unmute.
Katherine Shumate
01:11:35
Are any of you also offering any type of social services programming/interventions for those >50?
Alasdair Burton
01:11:43
I have also heard those for whose group I facilitate talk about how much COVID reminds them of the HIV epidemic and its traumas ... and they ask "Why we aren't seeing more people using the skills learned during the HIV epidemic to respond to and to handle this COVID epidemic ?" ... do the panel have any responses to suggest as answers to that question ?
Jamesinaez Jackson
01:11:50
Considering this populace is aging and may not be with family. Also, may not be mobile...have you accessed the need for a health nurse and possible case manager to visits when needed?
Agosto-Rosario Moisés
01:12:19
Are you planning to do earlier than 65 screening?
jules levin
01:12:47
yes PT
LAWRENCE FRANCIS COMMUNITY ADVOCATE NYC
01:13:09
Do you have geriatric doctors?
jules levin
01:13:10
yes FALLS
jules levin
01:13:18
exercise
Jamesinaez Jackson
01:13:22
Do you consider fragility within normal body range, height, and their overall historical level muscular structure?
Agosto-Rosario Moisés
01:14:00
Thank u Chris!
jules levin
01:14:09
pre-frailty screening is important too
jules levin
01:14:34
QUESTION: how is this program paid for?
jules levin
01:16:05
do you use Fried Frailty Index fr screening?
David Williams
01:16:30
I must attend another meeting. Thank you for providing this space. VERY useful information! Be well everyone!
jules levin
01:17:30
great discussion. Jules
Jamesinaez Jackson
01:17:30
Thank you for providing this webinar. I will be signing off due to having to attend another webinar. Will there be CEU units for this training?
Shirley Micnicoski
01:17:31
I have to leave now for another meeting also. Thank you for the information.
Lakethia Patterson
01:17:35
thank you
Anthony Silva
01:17:55
Thank you
Karen Crowley
01:18:02
Thank you
Sean Aiken
01:18:09
Thank you!!!
Mekissa Jones
01:18:09
Thank you!
Kelli Abbott
01:18:09
The recording and slides will be available
Dusty Araujo
01:18:12
Thanks for a wonderful presentation
Cynthia Lucas
01:18:14
Thank you for providing an informative webinar.
Robert Riester
01:18:20
Great webinar! Thanks!
Michelle Schlegelmilch
01:18:25
thank you
Jerri Floyd
01:18:29
Thank you for an informative presentation!
Cecilia Dennis
01:18:29
Thank you!!
John S (just me)
01:18:29
Thank you, Stay well and enjoy rest of week.
Katherine Shumate
01:18:50
"Getting Older with HIV" is preferred to Aging with HIV (everyone with HIV is aging) . . .
Adelero Adebajo
01:19:05
Thank you all, it is a pleasure to be part of this.
Jamesinaez Jackson
01:19:11
My name is Jamesinaez Jackson
LAWRENCE FRANCIS COMMUNITY ADVOCATE NYC
01:19:18
Great job.
Cecilia Dennis
01:19:43
@ Katherine S. I like that!
Gustavo Trejo Medina
01:19:53
thank you
Maria's ipad
01:19:55
Thanks for the great presentation and stay safe
Tiara Howard
01:19:55
thank you
Alasdair Burton
01:19:58
Thank you, everyone !
Amit Chattopadhyay
01:20:05
Thanks!
Psyche Doe
01:20:06
thank you, great presentation
Amit Chattopadhyay
01:20:14
Good webinar! Informative.
Alasdair Burton
01:20:29
Might it be possible to email attendees the link to the recording, please ?
Kelli Abbott
01:23:46
@alasdair we will notify participants on links for the recording and slides