HIV Toolkit

from Bethany Christian Services
 
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Many young children in our world have been born with HIV. They urgently need the love and care of a forever family. If you are considering adopting a child who is HIV-positive, this toolkit will prepare and inform you and your family so you can successfully welcome such a child into your home.

Complete HIV Toolkit

This is specifically designed to prepare and inform potential adoptive families about the challenges and blessings in considering adopting a child living with HIV. Each tool presents a hopeful yet realistic look at some of the challenges families may face.

These tools are designed to be utilized in partnership wiht your adoption specialist along your adoption journey.

Webinars
Overview Webinar
Medical Webinar
Psychosocial Webinar

PDF Collection

HIV, Adoption, and You E-Book
FAQs about HIV
Sample Disclosure Letter
Questions for Your Health Care Team

 

PDF Collection

This PDF collection includes all of our PDF document tools, each of which present a unique look at varying information in regards to adopting a child living with HIV

This collection includes:

  1. HIV, Adoption, and You E-Book
  2. FAQs About HIV
  3. A Sample Disclosure Letter
  4. Questions for Your Health Care Team

 

Webinars

Overview Webinar 
This 55 minute webinar will give viewers an overall presentation and perspective on the HIV pandemic, how it has affected children and families, Bethany’s response, and what factors and issues families should consider (both medical and psychosocial) if they are considering adopting a child who is HIV-positive

Medical Webinar 
This 45 minute webinar is hosted by Dr. Mimi Emig and focuses on the varied medical issues and challenges families will want to be educated on when pursuing the adoption of a child who is HIV-positive.

Psychosocial webinar 

This 60 minute webinar, hosted by Dr. Jill Meade and Janet Nunn, focuses on psychosocial issues families will want to be educated on when pursuing the adoption of a child who is HIV-positive. Also included are some personal stories of teens living with HIV. 

 

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