Tuesday, November 17, 2009


Medikidz puts complicated medical concepts into simple language, so that all patients (no matter what their age) can understand what is happening inside their own bodies.

How do you go about explaining medical conditions to young children? Do you hide, brush off or put aside efforts in attempts to explain complicated medical conditions to young children under your care? Young children, like adults, also desperately want to know and understand what is happening to them and why they are feeling unwell. We as caregivers must bear the responsibility of enlightening our sick children about their medical condition lest they suffer in ignorance and in silence.

It is unfair and unjust to allow young children to go through sicknesses in the dark. They deserve all the rights to know and understand their illnesses. Medikidz Foundation has designed and created superhero characters in medical comic books to be distributed to kids who are ill worldwide. These medical comic books will appeal to young children and it's contents are pictorial with easy to digest medical information about various types of illnesses.

Please visit Medikidz Foundation at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Medikidz-Foundation/27690241212 to find out more about the Foundation and the range of medical comic books catered for young children. I am looking forward to receiving my copy of epilepsy comic book catered for young children between the ages of 10 - 15 years old.

Medikidz Foundation will be giving away 100,000 HIV books as part of World AIDS Day on 1st December 2009.


  1. Dear Serene,

    Thank you so much for your interest in the Medikidz initiative! If you would like to get more involved with the work we are doing with increasing epilepsy awareess and support for young people, please do email me at tiffany@medikiz.com - especially if you know any children who are living with epilepsy and would like to become part of the Medikidz Youth Advisory Board.

    I look forward to hearing from you and thank you again for your support

    Kind regards,


  2. Hi Tiffany,

    It is my pleasure to highlight Medikidz. I share the same sentiments like that of Dr Kate and Dr Kim. I will appreciate it very much if you are able to keep me updated about everything you all have done to increase epilepsy awareness.



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