Are you struggling to come to terms with your HIV diagnosis? This series of three workshops will help you deal with your diagnosis and gain the knowledge and tools to live with HIV.
The courses are free of charge for anyone living with HIV and take place in a safe and friendly environment, supported by a team of experts all living with HIV. They are intended for anyone who has been diagnosed within the last three years, but longer term diagnosed people who feel they would benefit are welcome to apply for a place. They are hybrid so you can either attend in-person or online via Zoom. The workshops will be held at a central London venue, and food will be provided. Participants should be able to attend all three sessions.
The workshops include:
– Dealing with the impact of a diagnosis
– Opportunities to share experiences and hear others stories
– Information on treatment and Undetectable=Untransmittable
– Talking about our HIV with others
– Sex, dating and relationships
– Emotional and physical wellbeing
– Where to get further information and support
Spaces are limited, so for more information and to book a place, call 07741 321 216 or email Paul.Bray@tht.org.uk
These workshops run four times a year, some online and some in-person. They are delivered by a partnership of Positively UK, Terrence Higgins Trust, Metro Charity and Positive East. This time the lead agency is Terrence Higgins Trust.
If you live or get your HIV treatment in East London you can also contact Nick.Maxwell@positiveeast.org.uk to find out more about the course and Positive East’s other services and events for people living with HIV.