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When your child is sick.

Jacqueline Seaver

When your child is sick.

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Published by Public Affairs Committee in New York .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Sick children -- Care.,
  • Children -- Diseases.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesPublic affairs pamphlet, no. 441
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ61 .S442
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4416484M
    LC Control Number79020452

      "Easy to read, easy to use"--Cover Includes index Safety tips -- Taking care of your sick child -- Your newborn baby -- Your child's eyes -- Your child's ears and nose -- Your child's mouth and throat -- Your child's breathing -- Your child's stomach -- Bed-wetting -- Your child's skin -- What to do when your child gets hurtPages:


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When your child is sick. by Jacqueline Seaver Download PDF EPUB FB2

When Your Child is Sick is a valuable guide to managing the myriad practical and emotional complications of an impossible situation. About When Your Child Is Sick An invaluable reference for parents of sick or hospitalized children by an experienced psychosocial counselor.

When Your Child Is Sick offers a rare combination of evidence-based information and practical suggestions for parents and children. Joanna’s experience and wisdom helping families deal with the issues posed by serious childhood illness is best viewed through the 5/5(1).

out of 5 stars What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick Reviewed in the United States on Janu This book is written at a readable level 5/5(7). Description. What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick, the most popular book in the What To Do For Health series, covers the management of more than 50 common childhood illnesses, injuries, and health problems.

It is written in easy-to-read language for parents and caregivers of children from birth to 8 years of age. This is a great book to have on hand for when your child is sick, it helps you make the call on when to call/not call the pediatrician and when your child has a true emergency and needs to be seen right away.

I especially like the large section related to /5(22). Breyer: It's a book for parents who have a sick child -- and a pretty sick child. (This is) the group that I worked with, children with cancer and their families, for many years.

Editions for What to Do When Your Child Gets Sick: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback), In When Your Child is Sick, psychosocial counselor Joanna Breyer distills decades of experience working with sick children and their families into a comprehensive guide for navigating the uncharted and frightening terrain.

She provides expert advice to guide them through the hospital setting, at-home care, and long-term outcomes. What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick uses short, active sentences and single syllable words to describe 50 common childrens health problems. It is filled with illustrations to help demonstrate the actions suggested by the text.

The book uses large print and a logical series of questions to present the different subjects.4/5. Joanna Breyer.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR. Joanna Breyer was educated at Oxford and Harvard where she got her psychology doctoral degree in As a psychologist she worked with children with cancer and their families for over 25 years at Dana Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and Children’s Hospital Boston.

“What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick” – Book and Adult Education Curricula. This book is written for parents and caregivers of children and provides easy to understand information on more than 50 common medical problems of childhood, including earaches, vomiting, burns, choking and broken bones.

What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick book lowers costs, reduces unnecessary doctor/ER visits Parents were given a copy of What To When your child is sick. book When Your Child Gets Sick and taught how to use it. Independent studies found: % fewer visits to the ER; % fewer visits to doctors/clinics.

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Book Review. by Joanna Breyer New York: TarcherPerigee-Penquin Random House, pages • $ (paperback) When Your Child is Sick is the work of psychologist Joanna Hare Breyer, PhD, she is the wife of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.

Her professional career has followed the less public path of compassion, empathy, and helping Author: Alan A. Stone. What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick was reviewed by doctors, health professionals, and parents of young children to validate usefulness, content and appeal and was designed for people of all reading levels.

This book is also available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, or Chinese. Click on the language for more information. Please specify. As a parent, you play a central role in managing your child’s wellbeing. When Your Child Is Sick will empower you to know what is normal when it comes to your child’s health and when you really do need to seek medical advice.

In the main, there are 20 reasons why children are taken to the doctor and the problem is often quite minor. This book is a welcome resource for parents struggling with their children’s chronic health conditions.”―J. Handley, cofounder, Generation Rescue “What’s Making Our Children Sick.

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Young kids may seem like walking germ factories. When caring for a sick child, you need to watch for symptoms, learn how to treat common illnesses, and know when to. Child psychologist Joanna Breyer worked at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston for more than 25 years. She supported children and families as they navigated illness, medical treatment, and sometimes even death.

She has now distilled what she learned into a new book, “When Your Child Is Sick.”. Most pediatricians consider a fever to be a temperature above °F or °F.

(In babies 1 to 3 months, °F is a fever, but tell your doctor right away if your newborn has a temperature. What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick. I thought this book was going to give me homeopathy ideas for when my child gets sick. It's by the book common sense stuff.

The only part that really was helpful to me was the choking section. mhouse. Review posted January 3, 4.

Providence registered nurses Susan Bachhuber and Twila Coleman offer their advice on how to treat a sick child.

If you’re a parent, it’s your job to worry when your child gets sick. With cold and flu season under way, we can help take some of the guesswork out of when to worry and what to do when your child is ill.

When Your Child Is Sick offers a rare combination of evidence-based information and practical suggestions for parents and children. Joanna’s experience and wisdom helping families deal with the issues posed by serious childhood illness is best viewed through the detailed case examples : Penguin Publishing Group.

To Do When Your Child Gets Sick” book. Surveys were conducted 2‐3 months post distribution of the books. Major Findings: While all information collected was self reported by parents, the following findings were of significance.

What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick uses short, active sentences and single syllable words to describe 50 common childrens health problems. It is filled with illustrations to help demonstrate the actions suggested by the text. The book uses large print and a logical series of questions to present the different : Gloria Mayer.

The Canadian edition of Bernard Valman’s book When your Child is Ill (part of a series from the British Medical Association) has been edited by Dr Paul Munk (from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ont) to be relevant to Canadian families. My first impression is of a book with excellent colour photographs and illustrations—a very attractive book to browse : Anthony M.

Herd. your_online_bookstore via United States: Softcover, ISBN Publisher: Institute for Healthcare Advancement, New. NEW - What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick (What to Do) (What to Do for Health)/5(12). If you're concerned that you or your child may have been exposed to COVID, please do NOT visit an emergency or urgent care location.

Instead, call your doctor or our free ParentSmart Healthline at for guidance. In life-threatening emergencies, find the emergency room location nearest you. If your child is feeling sick, this book can help you figure out what is wrong. This book can also help you figure out when you should call.

Safety tips --Taking care of your sick child --Your newborn baby --Your child's eyes --Your child's ears and nose --Your child's mouth and throat --Your child's breathing --Your child's stomach --Bed-wetting --Your child's skin --What to do when your child gets hurt.

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Adapted from the original work by Bernard Valman. On cover: A home guide for parents. Description. The What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick Teacher Training Manual is designed to give hands-on experience to those who get the book, so they can use it more effectively.

Our research shows that recipients who learn how to use a book with hands-on practice tend to use it more frequently and keep it longer. What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick uses short, active sentences and single syllable words to describe 50 common childrens health problems.

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While having a sick child is never easy, these guidelines might help you figure out what to do when your child says, "I don't feel so good." When your kids should stay home Although it may seem obvious, children should not go to school when they're contagious to others or when they're too sick to learn.

Prevent unnecessary calls to your office when you share the wisdom of My Child Is Sick. with your parents. The well-organized chapters, condition-specific charts, and clear advice will empower parents to make the right decisions when confronted by common childhood illnesses.

What to Do when Your Child Gets Sick: Easy to Read, Easy to Use Gloria G. Mayer, Ann Kuklierus Institute for Healthcare Advancement, - Child care - pages4/5(1). If you are sick but expect a full recovery, Dr.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Safety tips --Taking care of your sick child --Your newborn baby --Your child's eyes --Your child's ears and nose --Your child's mouth and throat --Your child's breathing --Your child's stomach --Bed-wetting --Your child's skin - .When Your Child is Sick is a valuable guide to managing the myriad practical and emotional complications of an impossible situation.

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