Healthy minds: Psychosocial interventions for school-aged children affected by HIV/AIDS
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This chapter focuses on interventions that foster social integration, reduce psychosocial problems, and promote resilience among school-aged children affected by HIV/AIDS. The chapter discusses the psychosocial needs specific to this population group, describes the mechanisms by which familial HIV/AIDS may affect the psychosocial development of children, and analyzes the effectiveness of a range of existing psychosocial interventions.
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