STATEMENT AND GOALS
New York Association on HIV Over Fifty (NYAHOF) was formed in 1991
to address issues related to HIV/AIDS and older adults. Its purpose
is to ensure that the concerns of persons over the age of fifty
and their support networks are addressed, and to generate educational,
programmatic, and policy initiatives in the field of aging.
NYAHOF’s members are healthcare and social service providers, consumers,
persons living with HIV/AIDS, and others concerned about the epidemic’s
impact on people over the age of fifty. NYAHOF is an all-volunteer
task force with no paid staff.
of understanding in the community of the social,
economic, and political impact of the HIV epidemic on persons over
fifty, highlighting prevention strategies.
of a common agenda to meet the needs of persons over
fifty and people with HIV, and ensure appropriate access to funding
the exchange of skills and knowledge in the area
of HIV and aging among healthcare agencies, advocacy groups, and
and encouragement of appropriate policies, education,
training, and research to respond to the special needs of HIV-positive
persons over 50 and older people involved in caring for those with
New York Association on HIV Over Fifty, Inc.
J. Edward Shaw, Chairperson
119 West 24th Street
York, NY 10011-1913
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created by Joel Whitney
New York Association on HIV Over Fifty, Inc. All rights reserved.
(organizational affiliations for identification purposes only)
J. Edward Shaw
Myron Gold, B.A., M.F.D.
Bill Stackhouse, Ph.D.
Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc.
Beulah Hendricks, R.N.
William F. Ryan Community Health Center
Kathy Nokes, Ph.D., R.N.
Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing
At-Large Board Members
Brenda Lee Curry
Mary Ann Malone, L.C.S.W.
Mt. Sinai Hospital