Surgery prep

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Currently one of my favorite resources to use with my pre-op patients is this surgery prep book from Katie Mense. It’s very kid friendly (non-threatening), easy to follow, and free to download! Download your copy by clicking the link below. original-2467686-1

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/What-is-Surgery-Book-and-Medical-Leave-note-to-Students-2467686

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“These print outs were designed for older siblings who may have a baby brother or sister in the NICU or hospital.”

 

Source: http://handtohold.org/?s=coloring

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You’re never too old to color! When working with teens, using coloring sheets with intricate designs might spark their interest more than your common spongebob sheets. Color pencils might also be preferred over crayons for these typs of coloring sheets.

Source: http://www.donteatthepaste.com/2011/08/new-mandala-coloring-page.html

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This is such a cute print out to transform any hospital room into a paper parisian vacation. 

Source: http://madebyjoel.com/2011/08/paper-city-paris.html

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Visuals to print out! 

Source: http://kc.vanderbilt.edu/asdbloodwork/parent/visualstoprint.php