Study of national institute of health and Human development
Language learning is a lifelong process, and it begins soon after a baby’s birth. It was thought previously that children born to HIV affected mothers were late in learning languages. That’s because treatment is supposed to continue, in order that the child is affected from contracting HIV virus. As per the recent researches, HIV treatment does not harm the language development of a child. Fetus in the womb does not get affected by the treatment and the child after birth does not suffer from any kind of learning disorders.