X-Ray prep

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Being that I work in the emergency room I am constantly prepping little ones to go get an X-Ray done. Luckily, my amazing co-worker, Caroline, shared one of her X-Ray prepping techniques with me!

The book Cooper Gets An X-Ray is great because it shows colorful, child friendly pictures of what an X-Ray machine looks like, explains that the machine can be moved around, shows examples of the “heavy vests” one might wear, sounds you may hear, and it also shows that a light may shine on them when taking the picture.

I also use that little camera to explain to my concrete-thinkers that if we were to take a picture of them with that camera we would only be able to see the outside of their bodies – to be able to see the inside, we need to use the X-Ray camera.

Cooper Gets an X-Ray by Karen Olson http://www.amazon.com/dp/0939838850/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_XeCmtb1EGE4GF

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  1. I just wanted to reach out to you and let you know that I really enjoy your blog! I actually will be starting my very first CCLS job in May in Tucson AZ at the Children’s Clinic. I’ll the be the only CCLS in the Outpatient Facility for Children for Rehab! I am super excited and thinking of starting of my own blog as well :) :) Your entires have been so cute, fun and inspiring :)

    • Thank you so much for following & for the kind words! — Best of luck to you in your new job! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about starting out or anything ( DVM10C @ gmail.com) Us first timers have to stick together :) ! Let me know what your blog link is & I’ll be happy to add it to my “connect with other child life blogs” page.

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