Pediatric care training manikin AN19016

pediatric care training manikin
pediatric care training manikin
pediatric care training manikin
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for pediatric care
infant, female


Skills Interactive parenting manikins which simulate a baby’s varying needs – different types of crying indicate whether baby is wet, hungry or needs picking up Help students develop a better understanding of a parent’s role and become more prepared for the responsibilities of parenthood To discourage adolescent pregnancy Students learn: To experience being a parent for 48 hours Babies need 24 hour attention Why babies cry Features Includes 3 different baby tending programmes Requires care 25-27 times in 48 hours Babies cry for different reasons and each Ready or Not Tot™ is programmed to cry when it is hungry, needs changing, wants attention, has been abused in some way (dropped etc) or is positioned incorrectly Positive and negative feedback – the manikin coos or burps when proper care is being provided Teachers can set a different 48 hour student programme in advance Each programme includes a realistic number of times that a baby must be fed, burped, changed or given attention Teacher has complete control of the child care experience Classroom option gives an accelerated demonstration of all the manikin’s features Realistic size and weight Teacher monitoring of student performance Teacher alerted to a student’s abuse, panic or tampering with control box Low battery indicator Includes Set of student keys Set of teacher keys Reproducible permission slip Teacher correction template Nappy 9v battery Instruction manual Optional Extras AN18310 ADDITIONAL STUDENT KEYS AN18311 ADDITIONAL TEACHER KEYS


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