Information for parents and families
When a child has heart failure, the journey can be stressful for everyone, but family life goes on!
Our experience in helping families through this situation has enabled us to create this guide which gives some practical advice enabling you to deal with the uncertainty of the present and plan ahead for the future.
Tips & Advice for families & non-medical professionals
Children with a Berlin Heart can do more than you think!
In this learning package we show you how to help build up a young child's strength, move forward with developmental stages and participate in age-appropriate play. Useful for parents, carers and hospital staff to work through together.
Information for parents, families, nurses and play leaders
Children need to experience a wide range of sensations to build themselves a picture of the world and for their motor and learning development. This can be a challenge in the hospital environment, but in this learning package, knowledge of sensory processing and child development will help you to provide a positive experience for the child.
Interactive information designed for children
Children can find out about the heart and circulation in a friendly and reassuring way by clicking on questions and reading/listening to the answer. Basic information and conversation openers about heart failure and its treatment, to be viewed alone or with an adult.