The content of the videos includes understanding your diagnosis, navigating care, building support networks, strengthening communication, owning your treatment and words of hope. They cover the spectrum of how providers cannot only improve care but facilitate wellness for Latinos with HIV, as well as how patients can advocate on their own behalf.
What struck me about the videos is how genuine they came across. And that's easier said than done. The Latinos in the videos were real people. They were depicted in real Latino neighborhoods. They used colloquial language. The videos showed restraint by not making the stories into telenovelas, but instead presenting the stories simply and honestly.
Go to latinoaids.org/sharinghope for more information.