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Children are Inspired & Motivated

In Healthcare

  • Get Well Maps illustrate progress towards goals with a fun, engaging method that helps to encourage children & reduce anxiety when faced with a medical challenge
  • Children of all learning styles & developmental abilities benefit from multi-sensory learning strategies
  • Personalized name & photographs foster pride  in  goal achievement
  • Whimsical Artwork becomes a keepsake that illustrates  the  child’s perseverance
  • Complex Medical Dialogue is easier to comprehend and is softened by metaphors that children are interested in and can understand
  • Get Well Maps add Visual Strategies that enhance  comprehension  (Auditory Processing is limited during Stressful Events)

In Education

  • Educational Goal Maps illustrate  progress towards goals with a fun, multi-sensory method that encourages & motivates children to reach their greatest potential
  • Children of all learning styles & developmental abilities benefit from visual & interactive learning strategies
  • Personalized photos or drawings of children & their goals fosters pride in goal achievement
  • Easily understood by young children that have not mastered time concepts & children that need flexibility when working towards challenging goals
  • Promotes use of consistent, positive, child-centered language among educators when teaching children valuable lessons about perseverance, goal progression & goal achievement.

Testimonials

Child Life Specialist

The family I worked with really appreciated the visual depiction for their son and said it was not only very helpful, but that their son really enjoyed being involved with it. During the remainder of their admission he would reportedly instruct the doctors to move his car during rounds, and was very proud of the pictures with which we personalized his map. Mom also said he got a kick out of this and frequently asked ‘Mom, how did they get these pictures?’

The family took the map home and the patient keeps it in his room and tells a lot of people about it. She said he explains his road and how he “had to go to the pit stop” when he had his surgery. (So cute!) I encouraged them to bring his map back for subsequent admissions, and they said they’ve tried, but the patient corrects them and says “No mom, that was for my other boo-boo.” Depending on their length of stay during another upcoming surgery, mom is very interested in another one. She and dad were both appreciative of this and other ways Child Life assists kids with autism and special needs. We discussed how challenging the concept of time and “when you get better” can be for children, and particularly for children with special needs. The parents report that staff were very impressed with the map and participated well with it.

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