Setting up a Candy Give-Back encourages your patients to drop-off a portion of their Halloween candy at your office, which will then be donated to deployed troops, veterans, and first responders by Operation Gratitude, in exchange for a fun prize.
How can we motivate children to promote positive behavior? One of my favorite tools to use is a tangible tracking system that identifies the behavior we want to see.
Today I’m sharing what is in my distraction bag. Some items are appropriate for infants, some for teenagers, and there’s something for everyone in between.
When you’re unable to convince your hospital admin team to agree on a new remodel of your hospital (I wish!), wall murals and decals are easy, affordable and will quickly change the vibe of your office space, hallway, waiting room or treatment room.
In a perfect world kids would be at home and not inpatient at a hospital, Child Life Specialists with the help of SmileMakers are certainly the groups to take a difficult situation and make it so much better.
It’s been a hot summer across the country this season. As we all look for ways to beat the heat even as we wait anxiously for the first signs of fall, you can help your patients cool off with customizable swag.