Therapeutic Play---Hospitalized children

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Jenn33ok
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Therapeutic Play---Hospitalized children
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2013-11-12 22:32:40
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Therapeutic play hospitalized children
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Infants, toddlers, preschools, school age and adolescents learn and express their feeling while hospitalized through different types of toys such as building blocks, push and pull toys (ex: Toddler)....
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  1. Infants (Birth - 1 year of age) p.1094, London
    • Mobiles, mirrors, music, sing lullabies, talk to infant
    • Parents and family are encouraged to cuddle or rock infant
  2. Toddler (1-3 years of age) p1094 London
    • Hide and seek 
    • Peek a boo
    • Repetition of stories
    • Measuring cups and spoons
    • wooden puzzles
    • building blocks 
    • push and pull toys
    • Transitional objects-familiar blanket and stuff animal
  3. Preschoolers (3-6 years of age) p.1094,1095, London
    • Use doll or body to reduce fears or fantasies of bodily harm
    • crayons
    • coloring books
    • books
    • recorded stories
    • puppets
    • magnetic boards
    • play dough 
    • ***Preschoolers and older children enjoy animal assisted therapy
  4. School age (6-12) p 1095,1096 London
    • Use drawings to express fears
    • collecting and organizing objects
    • Games
    • books
    • puzzles
    • school work
    • crafts
    • tape recording
    • computers
    • **some school age children tend to regress to earlier stages
  5. Adolescents
    • Peers are important
    • Encourage telephone contact with other teenagers and visits from friends

    • Pool table, video games, computers
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    • Interactions with other teens

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