Surviving Systemic Barriers: How Age and financial (in)security impact health outcomes for people living with HIV.


October 4, 2022
1 – 3 p.m. EST


The purpose of this webinar is to equip Ontario HIV service providers including ASO workers, clinicians, members of healthcare teams as well as, policy makers with an understanding of how age and financial insecurity and treatment impact positive health outcomes. 

Attendees will hear from community that informed the report, service providers that serve this community and connect this to advocating for policy change.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe intersecting life course experiences shared by older adults living with HIV and how these impact the experience of aging
  2. Describe client and service provider experiences accessing income supports and treatment in the context of aging with HIV
  3. Explore how to best support older adults living with HIV
  4. Access the PANACHE Report

As well as Danielle Giliauskas- Senior Analyst, Knowledge Synthesis OHTN, will be presenting on Psychosocial needs and vulnerabilities of older gay and bisexual men.


Kate Murzin: Program Manager, Realize Canada

Members of the PANACHE Ontario Research Team
Danielle Giliauskas: Senior Analyst-Knowledge Synthesis, Ontario HIV Treatment Network
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