This book is concerned with elderly women’s perceptions of People Living with AIDS. It assesses traditional beliefs and attitudes held by elderly women aged between 56 and 86 years in respect of HIV and AIDS and try to investigate the experiences that elderly women have encountered in their transaction with AIDS patients. Further, the book analyses how People Living with AIDS appreciate the services rendered to them by elderly women and explores different coping mechanisms employed by elderly women in providing quality care. It is understood that elderly women of that age encounter many challenges which range from economic, social, cultural, physiological and psychological at the time when they are supposed to be retired. This often occurs when there is no support provided to the terminally ill patients. Due to pain and lack of resources, People Living with AIDS are likely to denounce the services rendered to them by elderly women who would be struggling to provide quality care. Hence, they are bound to hold different perceptions on People Living with AIDS under their care.