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What is Child Life? Your Name, Institution, Etc.
Introduction educational background internship roles/areas typically employed
Therapeutic play communication between adults and children expression of emotions/feelings clarify misconceptions socialization with other children minimize stress
Therapeutic play normalization of environment –child-friendly environments –normal routines –peer issues –school issues
Medical play teaching tool - allows children to express frustrations, fears, and other emotions - assess and prepare for procedures - identify misconceptions
Coping/anxiety coping strategies choices enhance child’s sense of control procedural support distraction and guided imagery non-pharmacological pain management comfort items parental presence
Child development typical development effects of hospitalization, illness, injury, or stress on developmental milestones parent education staff education
Family-centered care sibling education and support parent support –encouraging parental involvement in care
Diagnosis-specific education new diagnosis compliance issues school reintegration
Preparation Surgery procedures
Bereavement working with the dying patient working with siblings
Conclusion Ways staff can utilize Child Life Child Life staff’s availability –Days, hours, pager
DEATH & DYING GRIEF & LOSS
Providing Developmentally Appropriate Care to Pediatric Patients
Parent Involvement in Early Childhood Education
Children Grief & Bereavement How can we understand and help a child deal with their pain of loss Erica Olsen CQ University Masters of Clinical Psychology.
Child Health Nursing Partnering with Children & Families
Nursing Care of the Hospitalized Child. Importance of Effective Communication with Children More than words More than words Touch Touch Physical proximity.
You can give bereavement care Module 6. Learning objectives n Define loss, grief, mourning, bereavement n Describe emotional reactions to loss n Describe.
Pediatric Cancer & Leukemia December 4, Pediatric Oncology Acute leukemia Brain tumors Lymphoma Neuroblastoma Wilm’s tumor Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Age Specific Care. Age-Specific Considerations for Pediatric Patients.
The Effects Of Autism on Siblings; How You Can Support Their Current and Future Needs By: Nicole Hadley, CCLS Child Life Specialist II And EDAC Outreach.
Improving the Child’s Experience Alinda Shelley BS, CCLS Certified Child Life Specialist.
Concrete tools for Healthcare Professionals who provide pre-bereavement support for families with children Heather J Neal BRIDGES: A Center for Grieving.
Loss, Grief, & Bereavement Grief, Loss and Bereavement Patient, family and healthcare providers all experience losses Each person grieves in their own.
Self-Care and Grief for Professionals. As Medical Interpreters you are: Expected to blend in and be only a voice Expected to interpret, but not feel emotions.
Distraction and Coping Techniques Your name, institution, date, etc.
Brittany Spah, CCLS CentraCare Health System Power Power to the Pediatric Patient.
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Instructions on use of this template: This PowerPoint was created by child life specialists on the Professional Resources Committee as a resource for your.
An Exploratory Study of Therapeutic Services Offered to Children with a Terminal Illness and Their Families Katie Spaeth Hanover College.
H OLDING THE P IECES T OGETHER : U SING T HERAPEUTIC P LAY WITH G RIEVING C HILDREN Ben Broxterman, CCLS Child Life Specialist Wesley Medical Center.
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