teenage

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 Advertisements

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If you’ve had access to an iphone/ipad lately you’ve probably discovered Siri and her sometimes, witty, responses to questions you ask her. With many hospitals carrying ipads, playing around with Siri could be a great activity for teens. So, what should you ask so that you don’t just end up with Siri answering “I don’t […]

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A great way for teens to cope with the effects of hospitalization is to write! Writing is a great way to express yourself and let your mind wander by getting your thoughts, fears, and ideas down on paper. However, even the most creative writer can get writers block when staring at a blank sheet of paper – […]

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“The Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT) is part of Ward 15. It’s called the Teenage Cancer Trust because the building, which was opened by Roger Daltrey of rock band The Who in 2010, was paid for by the charity of the same name.” Source: http://www.bch.nhs.uk/story/whats-it/take-look-around/teenage-cancer-trust

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