Comforting Your Child in the Emergency Room

The emergency room can be an overwhelming and intimidating place, especially for kids. However, it’s essential for both parents and their kids to keep calm. Dr. Jamie Kondis offers her advice for how parents can provide comfort to kids in addition to encouraging parents to use the resource of child life specialists.

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