Multi-Language Seasonal Flu Factsheets
This page includes four seasonal flu documents translated in to multiple language. These factsheets were developed as a result of focus groups and educational sessions conducted with refugees in their native languages. The materials are designed to improve knowledge of seasonal flu. All four documents are tailored for low literacy populations by using minimal text and using visual cues to portray seasonal flu information.
Visit CDC-INFO to order printed copies of these documents, or call 1-800-CDC-INFO.
Flu and You
This document is a basic overview of seasonal flu. Flu and You describes the symptoms of flu, how flu is spread, how to prevent flu, and signs and symptoms that suggest severe illness.
Cleaning to Prevent Flu
This document describes basic cleaning methods you can use to prevent spreading the flu or contracting flu yourself. Cleaning to Prevent Flu describes what kills the flu virus and how caretakers can protect themselves from flu.
Talking to Children about Flu
This document is a guide for parents who want to talk to their children about flu. Talking to Children about Flu includes how children can keep from getting the flu, healthy habits for children, and opportunities to answer questions your child may have about flu.
If Your Child Gets Sick with Flu
This document is a guide for parents who have a child who is sick with flu. If Your Child Gets Sick with Flu includes advice for what you need to do if your child is sick with flu, flu symptoms your child may have, and ways you can keep your sick child from spreading flu.
- Page last reviewed: November 2, 2018
- Page last updated: November 2, 2018
- Content source:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (NCIRD)
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Digital Media Branch, Division of Public Affairs