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Aging POZitively

July 2011

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This short documentary, produced by SAGE at Center on Halsted, highlights three older people living with HIV.

Aging POZitively is a 2011 documentary, produced by SAGE at Center on Halsted, following three older adults—each with a unique story—as they age with HIV. Featuring Helena Bushong (age 60), Walter Maul (age 50) and Frank Parker (age 60).

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Shayne   January 14, 2013 at 10:12 PM
This is a wonderful movie. Thank you! I'm 55, and have had AIDS for 23 years. I recently moved home to a small town in Idaho to help take care of my mother (who is not well), and to try to put right at least some relationships with my family. I've ended up very isolated and marginalized. This movie is a window on the rich lives older HIV-positive people are able to lead in big cities. I want to be there someday.

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