While those of us living with HIV have an increasing life expectancy, many of us face greater loneliness
I have been living with HIV for over 22 years, five of which I was unaware I was positive.
Our employment and vocational support program, is a different kind of back-to-work program that puts you back in the driver's seat.
Today it is easier than ever to ‘slip through the cracks’.
For people living with HIV, maintaining our fitness is important for physical and mental health.
Any reviews, such as benefits, tenancy, medication etc, can be stressful but they're just part of the process.
There are many myths about what it means to live with HIV today and we need to dismantle them.
Positive Life has a number of peer navigators living with HIV, to answer your questions and ensure you have up-to-date information to navigate your HIV journey. We also offer a number of social support [...]
There are a range of community support groups in NSW for people living with HIV. Please check directly with the agency, service or organisation offering these get togethers to confirm any changes in response [...]
a[STARTx] (previously known as Genesis) is a weekend workshop for gay men who have been diagnosed with HIV within the last two years. It’s a peer-based workshop which means it’s run by other gay [...]