Date Presented 04/21/21

Prospective memory (PM) impairment is common and limits daily function among individuals with HIV. We investigated PM and the relationships between PM, clinical characteristics, and cognitive test performance among older adults with HIV. Time-based PM tasks are problematic in this population potentially due to their memory and executive function demands. Thus, OT practitioners should implement compensatory strategies based on event-based PM to increase participation in meaningful activities.

Primary Author and Speaker: Yves Carlo Pinpin

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