Wes' volunteer job at The Center for AIDS
The Center for AIDS' treatment information center is a walk-in AIDS treatment information center. The Center is a nice open space with walls lined with treatment information. (One wall has treatment information grouped by opportunistic infection.) There's also a computer linked into the Internet (see the upper-right photo, below) for people to do on-line research.
It seems that most people who drop in (other than volunteers) are sick people looking up stuff for their own use, like "What can I do for my neuropathy?" It's a really neat place.
CFA has been getting the staff (like the Treatment Information Specialist, who can help people find the information they need, and the woman who writes RITA!, a treatment information magazine) computerized. That's where Wes' talents come in. (Speaking of which, check out the handsome volunteer appreciation certificate awarded to Wes in December 1997!)
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