This HIV guide for care providers from the National AIDS Trust (NAT) is intended for care workers and people who commission, manage or deliver residential or domiciliary care.
It can also be used by people living with HIV (and those supporting them) when they are thinking about residential or domiciliary care to give them an understanding of what they should be able to expect from care services.
This resource is designed to ensure care services for older people are ‘HIV ready’. It includes information everyone providing or commissioning care should know about HIV, as well as dealing with the common myths and misunderstanding.
It will assist with developing training and internal policies on key areas including confidentiality, infection control, equality, sexual health and legal obligations.
Click here to download the guide.