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Traditional Chinese language: Many injuries and deaths can be prevented with the right use of child car seats. As many as 80% to 90% of car seats are used incorrectly, so make sure you know how to install and use yours correctly.
Overview of what allergic reactions are and how to treat and prevent them.
Provides general information for families coming to Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children for assessment. Including: directions, transportation, parking, accommodation, meals, etc.
In Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet provides information to parents about Synagis, a medication that helps a child's body fight off a serious respiratory syncytial virus, also called RSV.
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet provides information for parents about respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) including symptoms and how to protect children against RSV.
This is the multilingual version of this DVD. The audio of the DVD is in English, with subtitles in Korean, Punjabi, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese. ; Eating disorders in the family can make meal times extremely difficult for youth, parents, and siblings. This video demonstrates strateg…
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet includes helpful tips for parents about helping children cope with medical procedures and surgery.
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet offers tips and strategies for helping your child prepare for surgery. There's separate sections with tips for infants, toddlers, preschooler age children, school-age children, and teens.
This video provides strategies to help parents and families provide structure and support to youth with eating disorders before, during and after meals.
6 segments 18 minutes each ; Cantonese simplified ; Cantonese traditional ; Cantonese version with English subtitles ; Mandarin simplified ; Mandarin traditional ; Mandarin version with English subtitles
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet provides information on how caregivers can affect how their children cope during a medical procedure. It includes suggested activities and behaviours for parents to demonstrate that will be helpful for their child's coping.
Written in Traditional Chinese, the Healthy Living ... It's in Everyone toolkit for families includes information, tools and resources on healthy living for families who have a child or youth with mental health challenges, including tips from families across BC. Healthy living topics include health…
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet for parents describing the medication acetaminophen (also known as "Tylenol" or "Abenol.") Includes section where you can write in your own information to bring to your pharmacist.
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet provides a list of questions that parents have found to be the most important to ask a doctor before a child's surgery.
Written in Traditional Chinese, and developed by the Surgical Day Care Department, this pamphlet provides parents with answers to the most commonly asked questions when you have a child in the post anesthetic recovery room.
Are you the parent of a trans or gender-diverse youth, and find yourself needing some answers? This booklet provides some answers to some of the most common questions parents have about gender identity, family, and supporting your child. Available in English and Simplified Chinese.
A two page pamphlet written in Traditional Chinese that provides information for new parents about newborn screening.
http://www.cw.bc.ca/library/pdf/pamphlets/T24136ChineseTraditional_WelcomeFamilyInfoAboutYourStay for Web.pdf
Provides information (in Traditional Chinese) about your stay at hospital, including visiting hours; length of stay; rooming in; refreshments; telephone; personal supplies; lounges and government forms.
This four page pamphlet is in Chinese and provides information about the two main types of anesthesia for a cesarean delivery: how they are given and the benefits and drawbacks of each. By using this information you and your anesthesiologist can make the best choice for you.
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet provides helpful information for families whose child is going to have a general anesthetic. Information includes: what it is; how it is given; side effects; what to expect; and what they can do to help.
Provides information to help your child to walk using crutches on flat surfaces and up and down stairs.
Written in Traditional Chinese, this pamphlet provides parents with information on what to expect in the first 24 hours after their child has anesthesia. It covers the topics of aches, pain, fever, nausea, vomiting,as well as what foods to offer and what to do in case of breathing problems.