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Your child in hospital

Priscilla Alderson

Your child in hospital

a parent"s handbook

by Priscilla Alderson

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Published by National Association for the Welfare of Children in Hospital in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Priscilla and Mary O"Toole ; foreword by David Harvey, illustrations by Susan Henson.
ContributionsO"Toole, Mary., National Association for the Welfare of Children in Hospital.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17415642M

Booklets produced by the Vaccine Education Center can be viewed online, printed or photocopied, in whole or in part. Healthcare professionals can order these materials for their practice. Vaccines and Your Baby. English [PDF, 3MB] Spanish [PDF, MB] Vaccines and Teens. English [PDF, KB] Spanish [PDF, KB] Vaccines and Adults. Prepare your child for a hospital stay. Hospitals can be strange, frightening places for children. Being ill or in pain can also make them upset. You might feel helpless, but there are things you can do to comfort your child. Prepare your child as much as you can. Play doctors and nurses or operations using teddies and dolls, and read story.

10 Books to Prepare Your Child for a Sibling. By. Ariel - Ma R.N., this book talks directly to your child as it explains the changes that will take place when baby arrives and how they can be involved. It stars both an older sister and an older brother, making the book applicable to both roles. Written for ages Go to the hospital and meet with your child and the treatment team. Learn about the problems your child is experiencing – depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychosis, an eating disorder.

  Take a comfort toy, book or blanket. Bring something comforting and familiar for your child to hold. Increasing your child’s comfort will make the experience easier for them, especially if they have something to cuddle up to. Also note that a child’s hospital bed is . A family member can stay with you in your hospital room if you do stay. The surgery center is a very busy place, where you will see lots of doctors and nurses taking care of other kids and grown-ups that need to have an operation just like you.


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Your child in hospital by Priscilla Alderson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Children's Hospital Guide to Your Child's Health and Development Hardcover – Janu by Children's Hospital (Author), Children's Hospital Boston (Author), Margaret A. Kenna, M.D. (Author), & out of 5 stars 20 /5(19).

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Preparing your child for a stay in hospital will make the time you spend with us a better experience for your child and your family. What to tell your child If your child is coming in for surgery, it is best to tell them the truth about why they are coming to hospital. Let your child know that it is okay to be afraid, but also encourage him to talk about why he is afraid, and do your best to allay his fears.

Let your child bring a special item with her to the hospital, such as a stuffed animal, doll, collectible item, book, or picture.

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your child at ease. Tell them about your child’s strengths, skills, and personality. • Ask the staff to show you how to help care for your child.

Your nurse can show you things you can do, such as feeding, bathing, or helping your child stay active. • You are your child’s source of File Size: 7MB. This printable book encourages the child to write about themselves, along with coloring pages that help parents answer their child's questions.

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You'll find them available in English. Preparing for Your Child’s Surgery We want your family ’ s experience at Johns Hopkins Children ’ s Center to be a positive one. Therefore, we are providing you with the information and resources you need to know to prepare children of all ages for what occurs before, during and after surgery.

You'll see plenty of doctors in the hospital, too. You might see your own doctor or a doctor who always works in the hospital and takes care of children. If you're in a hospital just for kids, you'll probably also see medical students (who are learning to be doctors) and residents (doctors receiving special training in taking care of kids).

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