After being diagnosed with HIV in 1993, Paul Maudlin discusses treatments and getting on with life.
After a seventeen-year absence from Talkabout, I have been invited to write about my 28-year journey as person living with HIV.
The ice breaker I like to use is, ‘I’m Trans, over 50 and Poz; not a winning trifecta in the relationship market place.’
Twenty four years ago, on 1 December 1994, Positive Life NSW launched the Positive Speakers’ Bureau (PSB). The program is still running strong today, with a passionate team of trained members of the community [...]
As a Positive Speakers Bureau (PSB) presenter of twenty one years for Positive Life NSW, I have been privileged to hear stories and see lives transform from bleak to hopeful, through a time of fear, illness death and anger.
As a Positive Speakers Bureau speaker of 21 years for Positive Life NSW, I have been privileged to hear stories and see lives transform.
Getting my HIV medication from my local pharmacy, is convenient, easy and fast.
In late 2015, Positive Life PSB speakers were part of a GILEAD photographic exhibition 'Beyond Undetectable'.
Today, 1 December, diverse cultures from around the world will come together for World AIDS Day to show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.