Parents are used to the regular bumps and bruises that can be fixed with a cold pack and a hug. Signs of a broken bone, however, include swelling, pain, crookedness and an inability or unwillingness to move the body part or put weight on it. Call an ambulance, keep your child still and gently support the injured area with a pillow or folded blanket while you wait. Sometimes, what you think is a sprain or bump is actually a break. The more age appropriate information he has the better he will cope with the healing process. Read this book regularly to help your child understand broken bones and be brave.
Children need to taught to be safe and look after their bodies. Brave Books offers a selection of titles in this section that cover the danger of strangers, coping with a traumatic event, how to deal with illness, going to doctors, good touch – bad touch, sex education and many others.
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