Thank you to PhRMA for providing the grant for our bus trip to Idyllwild Pride Under the Pines. The bus trip was comfortable and Idyllwild was beautiful. The day was full of entertainment and good fun! Thank you to everyone, especially Jonathan, for organizing the event. Many people visited the Riverside County Monkeypox vaccine clinic […]
Dr. Loftus’ speaks to LKAPS community members on August 22, 2021. Dr Loftus educates our community about COVID-19, vaccines, COVID variants, vaccine boosters, and how it affects people Living with HIV/AIDS. This is the fourth time Dr. Loftus has spoken to our group the talks are very informative. Thank you Dr. Loftus.
Dr. Loftus’ speaks to LKAPS community members on March 28, 2021. Dr Loftus educates our community about COVID-19, vaccines, possible variants, and how it affects People Living with HIV/AIDS.
Ken Vergonet June 6th 1988 is when I was diagnosed with HIV. I remember going to the mandatory mass HIV testing site, which was at the Airmen’s Club across the street from my work center. I walked over terrified because I knew I had put myself at risk, but it wasn’t something you talked about
The LKAPS Social Committee is working hard to keep us together during the Pandemic. The LKAPS Social Committee has been working to keep our community spirit alive during this time of Covid restrictions. Our meeting for bimonthly coffee-time and the monthly Potlucks, were replaced by the Zoom Coffee-times on the 1st and 3rd Sundays, and
During the pandemic, instead of having our monthly potluck, we are having Tea and Conversation on the 4th Sunday of the month via ZOOM. This month we had Dr Rick Loftus, Infectious Disease physician/researcher. Dr. Loftus gave us a Coronavirus update and talks about COVID-19, HIV, vaccine timelines, and news important to our community. Everyone
People on FaceBook express their deep sadness at the passing of our friend Timothy Ray Brown. https://www.facebook.com/TimothyRayBrown/posts/10158961286332853
Donors are being turned away despite a blood shortage and even though a test program seeks plasma with antibodies from coronavirus survivors. Here’s why. Blood donations was a topic of discussion at a recent Lets Kick ASS-Palm Springs Chapter Zoom meeting, so I thought I… Posted by Lets Kick ASS-Palm Springs Chapter on Thursday, April
The Kick ASS Manual was originally conceived as something useful to front-line providers. The project has shifted in composition, away from journal-type articles and towards personal stories, always with the goal of informing, increasing the body of knowledge around HIV and thereby improving quality of life for people living with HIV. Most of the pieces are