A gerat resource aimed at children providing the opportunity to explain hepatitis B to a young audience.
The latest edition of AFAO's Next Steps booklet for people recently diagnosed with HIV is now available.
The booklet covers a range of topics including information on HIV and what it does, adapting at different stages after diagnosis, monitoring how HIV is progressing, and treatments, including when to consider starting treatment.It also covers other areas such as disclosure, sex, having children, rights and obligations, and where to seek support.
Whatever your gender,sexuality, or cultural background, being diagnosed with HIV and or Hepatitis is a big deal. You may experience a range of emotions over the days and weeks ahead. While being diagnosed with HIV or Heaptitis is a challenge, it is not insurmountable. People from all walks of life are living with HIV and other blood borne viruses and enjoying full and actives lives.
Women make up more than 2,000 of the almost 30,000 people living with HIV in Australia. While HIV affects everyone differently, women often face particular challenges.
Women with HIV are diverse in terms of education, ethnicity, sexuality and where and how they choose to live their lives. There is no ‘typical’ woman with HIV because HIV is a virus that can infect anyone.
This resource is for gay and other men who have sex with men. Gay men (and particularly HIV-positive gay men) are at a greater risk of developing some HPV-related cancers, compared to the general population.
The tips in this book were collected from people with HIV, people who teach about HIV, and HIV doctors. These people have chosen these tips as the most important for you to know.
80 Page DL booklet
Disclosure, anti-discrimination and health complaints information for people living with Hepatitis C
70 page DL booklet
This booklet aims to answer questions asked by women with hepatitis C.
28 page A5 booklet
This booklet will help you work out what is safe as well as assist you to avoid taking risks. For HIV Negative and HIV positive men.
104 page A5 booklet
A practical guide to growing older with HIV