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What is Still Important While You’re Sick?

  • June Jolly
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Part of the The New Approaches to Care Series book series

Abstract

This chapter is concerned not so much with the physical needs of sick children — food, warmth, fresh air, sleep — but with those other needs so important to their continued development, emotional and social well-being. Play, because of its priority in children’s eyes, is given a chapter of its own.

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© June Jolly 1981

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