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When I'm Away From Home

When I'm Away From Home

Jean Camis

Quick Overview

When I'm Away From Home is a workbook designed to provide specific information about the individual care requirements of a disabled child for anyone responsible for their care. It includes the child's medical and physical needs, their daily routine and a section which they can fill in themselves about their personality, preferences and habits.
Details Price Qty
Paperback / softback
2000, 9.02in x 5.98in / 229mm x 152mm, 76pp
ISBN: 978-1-85302-898-4
£15.99

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Description

When I'm Away From Home is a workbook designed to provide specific information about the individual care requirements of a disabled child for anyone responsible for their care. It includes the child's medical and physical needs, their daily routine and a section which they can fill in themselves about their personality, preferences and habits. The workbook will benefit everyone involved: it will be an invaluable resource for the carer; the child, who may find it particularly difficult to understand and adapt to change, will benefit from the continuation of their everyday routine; and it may help to alleviate the anxieties of a parent or carer when they entrust their child into someone else's care.
This clear and comprehensive workbook will help ensure that children's mental, physical, medical and emotional needs are met whenever they are being looked after by someone other than their primary carer.

Reviews

'This is a book which makes one wonder just why it hasn't been done before. When I'm Away From Home is a workbook designed to provide specific information about the individual care requirements of a disabled child for anyone responsible for them. As a mother of a child who has a disability, I, and my daughter, would be pleased and reassured to complete the book and pass it on to another carer whenever the situation was necessary. Overall, a very useful book, one which all children with disabilities should have with them when staying away from home. It should reassure the parents and the carers.'
- Adoption Today

Authors

By (author): Jean Camis