TerryWhite Chemmart Catalogue valid 15 Apr - 4 May 2021 - page 16 - NO LONGER VALID *

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Real talk Making vaccinations with kids less stressful Vaccinations and the idea of an injection can be scary for kids and distressing for parents. But as pharmacists and vaccination specialists, we know some great tips and tricks to help your appointment go smoother, and allow your child to feel more comfortable. Tips for caring for a sick child Here's some of my tips to help reduce the stress of vaccinations with kids: 1. Explain it: explain in simple terms why it's important to get vaccinated, how quick it is, and what to expect at their appointment. It can help to use words like 'uncomfortable, pressure or poke' instead of 'pain, hurt and blood'. For younger children who don't speak, a calm voice and hugs can be soothing. 2. Story time: Before the appointment, read an age- appropriate story book together about getting a vaccination to make it relatable. There's a number of books and eBooks available that can help. 3. Distraction: Bring comforting items to help calm and distract your child during their vaccination - try a favourite toy or book, a game on an iPad, blow bubbles, or try wiggling their toes or being funny. 4. Reward: many children respond well to rewards (don't we all?). The promise of a treat such as a trip to the movies, their choice for dinner, or a sticker at the end of a vaccination may help to calm them, and turn it into a positive experience. Water - keeping up plenty of fluids is important, ensuring they drink from one bottle or cup kept separate from other family members (to avoid spreading germs) Rest and warmth, ensuring their bed is made with fresh linen Medicine - depending on their age, some medication may help in easing symptoms, however it's best to speak to your pharmacist or GP about what may be suitable Nourishing, healthy food - soups or smoothies may help sore throats Cuddles and reassurance Distraction – books, toys, an ipad loaded with movies or a colouring-in sheet may help take a little one's mind off how they feel temporarily It's important to regularly monitor a sick child. If symptoms persist or worsen, seek urgent advice from your GP. 5. Keep calm & carry on: Try to remain positive and calm during the appointment, as children can sense your anxiety. Positive reinforcement, praise for 'being brave' and cuddles after a vaccination can help to ensure the next vaccination isn't quite YOUR FAMILY'S FLU SEASON CHECKLIST as scary. Getting your child vaccinated doesn't need to be a trip you both dread. Your local TerryWhite Chemmart pharmacist is here to make vaccinations easier and care for the health of you and the whole family. Book your family into one of our family flu vaccination clinics at www.terrywhitechemmart.com.au/ familyfluclinics M Vaccinations - book your family's vaccinations in advance so you can choose a day and time that works best. Get the whole family vaccinated by booking into one of our Family Flu Clinics. Visit www.terrywhitechemmart. com.au/familyfluclinics M Medicine kit - check you have enough children's pain medication, dosing tools (syringe or cup), first aid kit supplies, and that any medicine hasn't expired. Also a good opportunity to check expiry on any repeat prescriptions and get filled, if needed. M Medication sheet – this can be useful if your child becomes unwell, and may help you to manage doses of different medications at different times M Contact list - keep important numbers handy, including your local pharmacist, GP, closest hospital, a family member or friend (to step in if needed), and your childcare centre or caregiver Amy Evans Pharmacist TerryWhite Chemmart Rouse Hill Source A: https://www.healthdirect.gov.aw/colds-and-flu-in-babies-and-children

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