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Oral Hypersensitivity Food Aversion (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Under Revision

This refers to a child's stronger than normal responses to touch, taste and/or temperature in the mouth or around the face. This factsheet discusses the causes of oral hypersensitivity or food aversion, desensitization strategies, and how to integrate an improved eating program into daily routines. (English) Black & White

Catalogue Number:
262622
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You and Your Brain - Understanding Cognition (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

This handout provides information on what cognition is, what it includes, why it is important, factors that can impact cognition, and actions that can support a healthy brain. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265919
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Create Opportunities for Your Child to Communicate (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Children are more likely to communicate when there is a reason to communicate. You can create opportunities by using communication temptations. The key is that you should wait for your child to tell you or show you what they want. Then, when you respond, your child will learn that communication works! (English) Colour

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English (265763), Arabic (265767), French (265768), Tagalog (265769), Farsi (265770), Punjabi (265771), Vietnamese (265772), Chinese - Simplified (265773), Chinese - Traditional (265774), Spanish (265775), Hindi (265776), Korean (265777)

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265763
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Teaching Your Child To Use Eye Contact (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Eye contact is one of the earliest forms of communication that develops. We use eye contact to send a message and to make sure that our message has been received or understood. Some children have not yet learned to look at someone to get their needs met. We can try to teach them to look at us by using People Games. (English) Colour

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English (266298), Punjabi (266299), Arabic (266300), Chinese - Simplified (266301), Tigrinya (266302), Spanish (266303), Korean (266304)

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266298
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Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) [English] Permalink Public

During pregnancy and weeks after childbirth, your hormones allow your ligaments and muscles around the pelvis to become more stretchy and soft. This allows your pelvis to open up for the birth of your baby. These changes can cause pain when moving from one position to another. This pamphlet describes how to take care of yourself and protect your pelvis, as well as some exercises you can do. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
255454
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My Rehab Journey (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

The booklet helps you plan for your recovery. You can create personal goals, keep notes on medical appointments, and track your successes throughout your rehabilitation journey. (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265432
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About My Discharge Date – Information for Stroke Patients [English] Permalink Public

You are in our rehabilitation (rehab) unit because you had a stroke. This pamphlet is about how we plan for your going home (your discharge date). It explains the difference between your estimated discharge date and your confirmed discharge date, and answers some common questions. (English) Colour

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English (266436), Chinese - Simplified (266437), Chinese - Traditional (266438), Korean (266439), Punjabi (266440), Farsi (266441), Spanish (266442), Tagalog (266443)

Catalogue Number:
266436
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My Rehab Journey - Aphasia Friendly (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

The booklet helps you plan for your recovery. You can create personal goals, keep notes on medical appointments, and track your successes throughout your rehabilitation journey. COMPANION MATERIAL: Aphasia-friendly Rehab Journey Worksheet (265935). (English) Colour

Catalogue Number:
265934
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Sleep Wake & Activity Diary (Surrey Memorial Hospital) [English] Permalink Under Revision

This form will allow you to track your waking and sleeping patterns. It is also recommended to track the timing of your major meals, exercise, consumption of alcohol, caffeine, and medications to gain some insight into your sleep/wake habits. (English) Black & White

Catalogue Number:
262660
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Joint Protection: Managing Activities with Hip, Knee, and Foot Arthritis (Fraser Health) [English] Permalink Public

Protecting a joint means changing the way you do activities to make them easier on your joints. This can reduce the pain and stress in your joint and makes your daily activities easier. You do not have to avoid doing daily activities. (English) Colour

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English (265882), Punjabi (266045), Chinese - Simplified (266046)

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265882
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