Do you (or did you) reward your child to gain cooperation with insulin shots and blood tests?
Poll dates: December 24 - 31, 2000
Total Votes: 549
Gaining cooperation with insulin shots and blood from young children with diabetes can be challenging and very stressful. Parents often try rewarding children for their cooperation. If your child is making is difficult to do shots or blood tests, ask your diabetes team for ideas. A calendar with stars for each time a child gets a shot or blood test without fussing can provide valuable, positive feedback, for example.
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Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:36:46
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