Rehabilitation can make a difference – by helping people living with HIV and other episodic disabilities to remain healthy; participate in the workforce or other activities; and be actively involved in their communities. From decreasing pain to making shopping easier, rehabilitation has a role to play.
- Translating Exercise into the HIV Community: Evaluating A Community-Based Exercise Intervention to Improve the Health of Adults Living with HIV
You are invited to participate in research study to evaluate a community-based exercise program to improve the health of adults living with HIV in the Toronto community
- How can rehabilitation lead to better health for people living with, and vulnerable to, HIV? Thinking, Doing and Feeling beyond 90-90-90
2017 Think Tank Report, Author: realize
- Rehabilitation Can Help You Do That
A guide to how rehabilitation services can help you deal with your HIV‐related challenges and live the life you want.
To access the pdf version, click on the title above.
To access the online version, follow this link: http://rehabcanhelp.hivandrehab.ca/