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Children: How To Help Children Cope With Your Health Condition

Birth to 3 years

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  • Children of this age need physical touch, routine and a stable emotional enviornment. 
  • They may react by trashing things, rocking or throwing things, crying, sucking or biting. They may also display sleeplessness or indigestion. 
  • Provide ongoing physical touch.
  • Maintain the child's routine - even if someone has to take over for you.
  • Be patient.
NOTE: For information about how to tell your child about your health condition, click here.

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