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With Illness

At the Hospital: Helping My Child Cope (PDF)   The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
En el hospital: Cómo ayudar a mi hijo a sobrellevar la situación  (PDF)      

At the Hospital: Helping My Teen Cope (PDF)   The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
En el hospital: Cómo ayudar a mi adolescente a sobrellevar la situación  (PDF)    

After the Hospital: Helping My Child Cope (PDF)  The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
Después del hospital: Cómo ayudar a mi familia a superar la situación(PDF)   

After the Injury: Helping My Child Cope  (PDF)   The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
Después de la lesión: Cómo ayudar a mi hijo a superar la situación   (PDF)   

Child Handouts

What do I say? Talking about what happened with others  (PDF)   The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
¿Qué digo? Cómo hablar con otras personas acerca de lo sucedido  (PDF)

After being injured, Jesse was worried about what his friends would think about the weird way Jesse walked and seeing the scars from the accident. With help, Jesse figured out what to say to his friends.

Making a plan: Dealing with things that remind you of what happened  (PDF)    The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
Desarrollar un plan: Cómo enfrentarse a las situaciones que se recuerdan lo que sucedido  (PDF)

After a bike accident, Angel was nervous about riding bikes again. With help, Angel came up with a plan to cope with being scared.

When it hurts: Dealing with pain  (PDF)  The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
Cuando duele: Cómo enfrentarse al dolor  (PDF)

Jordan had to undergo a painful treatment at the hospital. With help from Jordan's new friends at the hospital, and Jordan's grandmother, Jordan learned new ways to cope with the pain.

After the hospital: Getting back to a schedule  (PDF)    The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
Después del hospital: Cómo retomar las actividades diarias   (PDF)

After coming home from the hospital, Tracy was bored and missed doing things with friends. With some help, Tracy found a way to do some normal and fun things each day.

With Trauma

After the Trauma: Helping My Child Cope  (PDF)    The National Child Traumatic Stress Network 
Después del trauma: Cómo ayudar a mi hijo a superar la situación  (PDF)

 

 

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