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When successfully implemented, The Magic Glove incorporates the patients’ focused attention and imagination to change the sensations that are felt while helping the child minimize the highly alert pain sensors.
The Magic Glove can: help patients minimize and manage their level of pain, lessen fear, anxiety and helplessness, minimize suffering and promote healthy coping.
This simple tool is recommended for children 3 to 12 years old. Yet it can also be very effective for teens and adults. It can also be easily adapted for use on the whole body.
This presentation is based on the teachings of the pediatric pain management expert, Dr Leora Kuttner. The presenter has 15 years’ experience using The Magic Glove.
Pain is an unpleasant sensory experience, that in children can cause acute and chronic distress, including specific phobias such as needle phobia. Use of play, distraction and non-pharmacological methods can reduce this acute distress and lessen the chance of on-going trauma.
The purpose of this webinar is for healthcare professionals to learn about the magic glove technique and its use for children undergoing painful medical procedures.
- Gain an understanding of what the magic glove technique can do for a child about to undergo a painful procedure
- Acquire knowledge regarding how to engage with parents about the Magic Glove technique
- Receive information about how to teach others in your workplace about the Magic Glove technique
- Gain an awareness of how to implement and use the Magic Glove technique
Who is this for?
This webinar is for any healthcare professional involved in undertaking or assisting with paediatric medical procedures.
Andrea Mangione Standish, Child Life Educator and Certified Child Life Specialist
“I am an experienced Child Life Educator and Certified Child Life Specialist, and I am an advocate, educator, practitioner, trainer, mentor, volunteer and consultant.
Samuel Golter said, “There is no profit in curing the body if in the process we destroy the soul” and Walt Disney said, “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.” It is where those two quotes intersect that you will find my work, hopes and dreams.
I work extensively to promote and support the rights and needs of ill children and their families and have helped to introduce sustainable child and family friendly healthcare practices globally.
I have enjoyed working with children and families in the acute and chronic settings across many settings including oncology, haematology, pediatric intensive care, emergency department, inpatient surgery, outpatient surgery, acute dialysis and outpatient dialysis.
I am a keynote speaker and workshop presenter discussing my passion to implement sustainable practices that make healthcare more child and family friendly, and I have had the pleasure of volunteering on medical missions in South America, The Middle East, Asia and Africa.”
This session was recorded in December 2018 and is due for review from December 2020.
The Power of the Magic Glove
In this session, you will:
* Gain an understanding of what the magic glove technique can do for a child about to undergo a painful procedure
* Acquire knowledge regarding how to engage with parents about the Magic Glove technique
* Receive information about how to teach others in your workplace about the Magic Glove technique
* Gain an awareness of how to implement and use the Magic Glove technique