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Jennifer Lee Jul 14
Just to clarify, I like *working* with children. I just don’t like interacting with them outside of work. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Connect-123 Jun 28
Today we say Sala kakuhle (isiXhosa for 'stay well') to the 1st cohort of practicum students in . What a wonderful journey, filled with practical learnings & new friendships! 🇿🇦😍
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David May 14
If you are a of a , whenever u take your child in2 hospital ask for the or , they are trained to work with ur child & help ur child access the healthcare system
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SpellBound Nov 7
specialist, with dad, and SpellBound = moments of delight in the hospital! ✨ Even during preparation for a needle poke.
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Sherry Treichel 1 Mar 18
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Katie Hodgins 20 Apr 18
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Angelica Martinez 25 Jan 18
Finally so excited to share with everyone my adventure for the next year! It's a dream come true to work at McMaster Children's Hospital in Hamilton, Ontario, as a ! 😻🎉🏥!
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Victoria Hagerman Jun 27
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Southeastern ACLP Dec 17
Happy medical play Monday! This is a creative example of medical art. How many pieces of medical equipment can you spot in this dollhouse?
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Renown Children's Hospital May 18
Did you know that , 2018 , is also a certified ? That explains why she was eager to visit Renown Children's Hospital!
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North Star Reach 6 Mar 18
We're delighted to celebrate all of the this , including our own Jess Doletzky, who leads NSR's OutReach program. Thank you Jess, our Child Life camp volunteers, and all the professionals offering kids & families a little magic in the hospital.
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Morgan Livingstone Sep 26
Sometimes are needed when the is writing the last edits on her new book about talking to about - meet my dog Indy ❤️🐶
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Child Life United 9 May 18
That’s a wrap! But get excited because.......Child Life United practicum in Kenya, September 2018. More information coming in just a few days.
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Dose of Play Mar 4
Breaking down medical jargon for this common (and often anxiety inducing) procedure for More tips for how to prepare your child for medical procedures on my last Instagram post
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ACLP Jul 17
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Wonders & Worries 16 Mar 18
Meet Adrianna Ortega, 1 of our bilingual . She loves her job "because I get to work with strong, brilliant, funny children every day. I get to remind them that they have the tools & the strength to get through the challenges in front of them."
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Kelly Hall 19 Jan 18
...and look where we are 2 years later!!! LOVING my JOBBBBB! Hard work pays off, people. 🏩🎈
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Morgan Livingstone Jul 12
As a I help and find their rainbows when facing the heavy rains of and - it’s those that are the stars ⭐️
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Cedars-Sinai Mar 6
How fun is this colorful wall full of patient handprints? 🎨 “During construction on our pediatrics floor, we had these big blank white walls, so we wanted to make it friendlier for our patients, families, and staff,” says Sandie Sternberg.
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My Child Life 1 Mar 18
The first year I worked as a , I worked in the playroom covering most of the sessions. WIth that I knew almost every kid that walked through the doors, I really was known as the "Play Lady" and I was totally OK with that...
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