|Learn the basics about HIV and AIDS:|
|Are you Doing It? Testing for HIV? CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once as part of routine health care and that people with certain risk factors get tested more often. After you have learned the basics about HIV testing, you can find a testing center in your area. Use our Doing It website to find youth resources and testing locations near you.|
|Show the world that taking charge of your health is important at any age. Post a selfie on April 10 to tell your friends and followers on social media why you are making HIV testing part of your health routine! Be sure to incorporate #DoingIt creatively into your photo somewhere, and tag us so we can see your posts! |
Use the hashtag #NYHAAD to spread awareness day messages about HIV prevention on social media.
Here are a few sample messages:
|Young people across the country will be hosting events to honor this year’s NYHAAD and the brand new NYHAAD Bill of Rights—a declaration of the civil rights of young people in the wake of the HIV & AIDS epidemic.|