Posts tagged 'Patient Satisfaction'


Sensory Box

Sensory boxes can be a fun way to help manage a child’s sensory processing issues.

10 days ago

Make Lasting Connections with Movie-Themed Prizes!

As a pediatric healthcare provider, there’s nothing more special than building unbreakable bonds with the incredible kiddos in your care. And it all starts by breaking the ice! Connect with your patients by giving them rewards that remind them of their favorite movies.  

11 days ago

P6 Video – Sensory Play with Modeling Sand

Using sensory items in play has multiple benefits for children both in and out of the hospital. Katie Taylor, CCLS, tells how she uses sand play with her patients.

17 days ago

How to Teach 5-Finger Breathing to Kids

How often should children practice guided breathing? Let’s look at the benefits and ways to teach it before we answer this question.

17 days ago

Fidget Popper Feelings

If you are around children regularly, chances are you’ve seen fidget poppers. Pediatric patients, as well as my kids, trade them, pop them, and I've found them in every crevice of my home. I'm not surprised that they are the new "thing," and I've found ways to integrate them into therapeutic activities with my patients.

17 days ago

Identifying Emotions through Play

Emojis have become so popular for kids and adults. Using these fun digital-turned-real-life tools are a great way to encourage kids to identify emotions and talk about the feelings associated with them.

2 months ago