Ayudando a su Nino en el Hospital
Una Guìa Pràctica para los Padres
Publisher: O'Reilly Media / Patient Centered Guides
Final Release Date: June 2002
Pages: 192

An indispensable guide for Spanish speaking parents taking their child to the hospital, whether for stitches, outpatient surgery, or extended stays. Children who are reassured about what lies ahead have less anxiety and cope more easily with procedures and treatments. Well-prepared parents can be calm and effective advocates for their children in a situation that can otherwise be traumatic. Ayudando a Su Hijo en el Hospital is a practical book of tips and wisdom from veteran parents that will help make any hospital stay easier. Topics include:

  • Preparing your child
  • Going to the emergency room
  • Dealing with doctors
  • Making the most of the room and facility
  • Coping with procedures (to minimize discomfort and trauma)
  • Keeping family life going
  • Keeping in touch with school
  • Handling insurance claims
  • Getting financial assistance
  • Resources for parents
This edition also features a journal where a child can note personal experiences, opening communication, giving the child a measure of control, and allowing the parent a window into the child's experience.
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