How to Keep Healthy
This booklet was written for parents of children from 3 to 6 years of age, to help them explain their child’s HIV status. At this age, children may ask many questions about why they go to the clinic or why they have to take medicines.
The booklet explains the various ways in which the parents will work with the child and medical personnel to keep the child healthy. It also discusses their relationships with their friends, how they may feel, and how important it is to discuss their concerns with their parents.
Source: USAID, PEPFAR
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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