HIV/AIDS: A Quick Guide
There are a few basic facts everyone should know about HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). Anyone can get HIV. Straight, lesbian, gay and bisexual people. Transgender and gender fluid people. All ethnicities and all age groups. Many people don't have symptoms for years and don't realize they have HIV. This makes it imporatnt for people to know their HIV status. Testing is quick and easy, and it's recommended for everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 at least once as a part of routine health care. There are proven ways to prevent HIV. And while there is no cure for HIV, treatment is very effective.
These spiral-bound cards provide easily accessible information on the basics about HIV: how people get it, how it can be prevented and what to do to stay healthy with HIV.
The spiral-bound booklet is perfect to use as an aid to explain HIV and AIDS, testing and treatment. It includes information about safer sex and how to use both male and female condoms as well as information about PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis).
Our HIV/AIDS: A Quick Guide booklet:
- Presents general information about HIV and how the virus attacks a person's immune system
- Stresses that many people with HIV don't have symptoms for years
- Includes information about safer sex and how to use both male and female condoms
- Discusses PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis)
- Provides information about HIV testing, including the rapid test and home testing
- Explains the importance of HIV treatment, known as ART (antiretroviral therapy)
Booklet is printed on 8.5" x 5.5" heavy cardstock.