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Leveraging Collaboration between the RWHAP and Aging Agencies: Enhancing Support Services for Older Adults with HIV. - Shared screen with speaker view
Marlene Matosky
29:43
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Marlene Matosky
31:06
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Tonya Taylor
32:10
Can you please repost URL link and PDF. I joined late
Marlene Matosky
33:51
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Monte Ephraim
35:44
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Marlene Matosky
36:01
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Marlene Matosky
38:15
Please feel free to put questions into the chat.
MOISES AGOSTO
42:05
To the speaker or to everybody?
Marlene Matosky
42:39
@Moises - send questions to everyone (also Hi)
LCDR Tanya Grandison-HRSA
45:13
For additional information on HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program, please visit the TargetHIV site.
LCDR Tanya Grandison-HRSA
45:17
https://targethiv.org/library/topics/aging
Marlene Matosky
47:32
Check out the HRSA HAB HIV and aging technical expert panel report.
MOISES AGOSTO
49:51
Two questions: Thinking specifically about title III Disease prevention and health promotion. Though I am thrill about the possibilities of this collaboration I believe aging with HIV tend to present with particular characteristics like accelerated aging. We see people with HIV showing co-morbidities 15 years earlier that their HIV- counterpart. This mean 40’s and 50’s. HIV+ will need to learn about disease prevention early on and at an age they might not qualify to participate in your program. Is there a plan to Taylor your disease prevention and health promotion programs to the realities of aging with HIV?
Marlene Matosky
50:10
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MOISES AGOSTO
51:40
Is there a plan to train service providers under the ACL about cultural sensitivity and stigma for HIV 50+, LGBTQ+ and POC+?
Monte Ephraim
54:19
Thank you for all your specific questions especially for those under 6o when we are aware and share that the LGBTQ Aging Community needs generally begin earlier
Aaron Mayeski
54:31
I believe the appropriate term is "Native American's"
Sean Cahill (he, him)
55:11
What role can ACL and the RWHAP play to ensure that nursing home residents living with HIV are able to access anti-retroviral treatment?
Dorcas Baker
57:49
good question Sean and I will add including assisted living and rehab facilities; often ART is forgotten or overlooked in hospitalizations with transfer to a facility...
Alelia Munroe
59:59
What about our population who acquired HIV perinatally and who may be experiencing comorbidities of aging in their late 30s early 40s due to the length of time they have been on ARVs let's not forget about them as well?
MOISES AGOSTO
01:00:19
We do not have much data on aging and HIV programming and services. HIV50+ population is the first cohort of people aging with HIV. Who are you working with to promote and engage on implementation research and the gathering of evidence based intervention for the HIV 50+ group? NIA, OAR?
Marlene Matosky
01:02:55
@Moises - ACL has a number of resources for LGBTQ+ people including a National Resource Center for LGBTQ https://acl.gov/news-and-events/acl-blog/acl-proud-serve-and-support-lgbtq-older-adults
Monte Ephraim
01:06:57
Are ships objective and or supported by counseling representing plans
Monte Ephraim
01:07:34
Thank you
MOISES AGOSTO
01:07:43
@Marlene/Everyone. That’s good . I wonder about resources relevant to POC communities and HIV50+ heterosexual African American male and female. The HIV 50+ community is very diverse with very particular needs African American women needs to get attention and cultural sensitive approaches to have them engage on their self and medical care.
Marlene Matosky
01:08:47
@Moises - ACL had a number of "National Resource Centers" I will find the link and put it in the chat.
MOISES AGOSTO
01:09:05
Thanks!
Edwin Walker
01:09:39
ACL Resources:
Edwin Walker
01:09:42
General Info: https://acl.gov/Index to all programs: https://acl.gov/programs/acl-programs-zHealth Promotion: https://acl.gov/programs/health-wellness/disease-preventionHIV/AIDS: https://acl.gov/programs/health-wellness/hivaids
Edwin Walker
01:10:37
Link to our National Resource Centers: https://acl.gov/programs/strengthening-aging-and-disability-networks/national-resource-centers
Marlene Matosky
01:11:04
@Edwin - Thank you!
Marlene Matosky
01:14:18
Please put questions into the chat. We will have time for our speakers to address the questions.
Monte Ephraim
01:14:58
Great thanks
Marlene Matosky
01:15:22
HRS HAB released two HIV and aging guides. Check them out. https://hab.hrsa.gov/clinical-quality-management/clinical-care-guidelines-and-resources
Keri Lipperini
01:15:33
Evidence-based programs are available to older adults, caregivers, and adults 18 and older with disabilities.
Arlette Lindsay
01:16:33
Maryland ADAP has had a long-standing relationship with our state and local SHIP offices and their services. Would love to explore cross-training.
Marlene Matosky
01:17:32
@Arlette - Great to know! I'd love to hear more.
Sean Cahill (he, him)
01:23:05
Thanks Dorcas. Agree the focus should be on nursing homes, assisted living, and rehab facilities. This study, an analysis of claims data, found that 21% of nursing home residents with HIV were not being prescribed ART. Olivieri-Mui, McGuire, Cahill, Griffith, Briesacher. People Living With HIV in U.S. Nursing Homes in the Fourth Decade of the Epidemic. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2019;30(1):20-34.
Monte Ephraim
01:28:41
Do they identify LGBTQ affirming
Marlene Matosky
01:31:21
You can sign up for ACL emails at https://cloud.connect.hhs.gov/acl-subscriptions
Dorcas Baker
01:32:47
several years ago ACL had great HIV and older adults flyers or pictures. Are they still available? I have not seen recently
Heshie Zinman
01:32:57
Will these slides be available?
Marlene Matosky
01:34:41
@Heshie - slides uploading
Monte Ephraim
01:35:07
That's the problem resources for under 60
Mike Hellman
01:35:43
Are all of these services only available to those eligible for 150% of FPL? There are a number of older PLWH who do not qualify as that low-income.
Keri Lipperini
01:35:46
Yes flyers are still available on ACL's website. If you go to the website, you can find it under HIV/AIDs page and it is found under the archive section.
Wismy Cius
01:35:53
Very informative. Thank you.How does eligibility and enrollment in Ryan White funded services affect eligibility and enrollment in AAA services and vice versa?
MOISES AGOSTO
01:35:54
That is great Amy!! Services for the HIV + under 60 is essential to prevent early and multiple co-morbidities
Kate Buchacz
01:36:37
A couple resources on persons with HIV, aging and services in general from the CDC: https://www.hiv.gov/hiv-basics/living-well-with-hiv/taking-care-of-yourself/aging-with-hiv https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/statistics/systems/mmp/index.html
Jimmy Borders
01:36:44
What are some prescription assistance programs available to non-HIV+ Medicare recipients? I often get calls at Arizona ADAP from individuals that get our contact information as a PAP in the State and feel bad that I’m unaware of other programs besides AAA and/or the manufacturer, if they are gracious enough to help Medicare recipients. Thanks for your response! =)
Marlene Matosky
01:37:03
@ Dorcas - try https://acl.gov/programs/health-wellness/hivaids
Alelia Munroe
01:37:37
We have been trying to get Caregiver respite for our 92 year old mother for about a year and they keep tell us that she score a 4 and needs a 5 to receive services, in the mean time if my sister is unable to be there for her meals she does not eat any suggestions?
Claire Cote
01:38:16
Great question!
Amy Gotwals, USAging
01:40:37
The OAA is not means tested, but states and AAAs are directed to target the services to certain populations including people with greatest social and economic need, so low-income people are a key part of the population served. OAA can be a lifeline for those who make too much to receive Medicaid HCBS but not enough to pay for their in-home services themselves.
Patrice Henry
01:41:54
Thank you all so much, this has been very informative. Much appreciated!
Alelia Munroe
01:42:59
Thanks so much great session.
rob pompa
01:43:02
thank you for the information
Rebecca Kinney
01:43:16
https://acl.gov/programs/senior-medicare-patrol/managing-conflicts-interest-ship-smp-and-mippa-programs
Donald L Hinshaw Jr
01:43:27
Thank you for this webinar, it's been very informative.
Kim L. Hunt [she/her]
01:43:45
Thank you. This was very informative.
Sean Cahill (he, him)
01:43:51
So glad RW and ACL are collaborating to support older PLWH. Thank you.
Donald L Hinshaw Jr
01:43:54
If someone could email me the chat from this webinar!! Email: mnwthrt@aol.com
Mary Andreae
01:43:57
Thank you!
Alelia Munroe
01:44:28
Email Chat to me as well aemunroe12@gmail.com
Netta Linder
01:44:30
Thank you!
Steve Holman
01:44:30
Thanks ACL and HAB! Your collaboration is encouraging and promising!