- The Jeopardy-style game provides learners with the opportunity to test their unintentional injury prevention knowledge.
- Parent teaching is an important step in the prevention of unintentional injury for children. Listen to the monologues for Damon, Mia, and Thomas. Read the simulation case study scenarios for Damon, Mia, and Thomas. Consider the following questions as you plan what and how to teach these children and families about injury prevention.
a. Consider the age of the child. What are the most common unintentional injuries for this age group?
|Child ||Age ||Common Unintentional Injuries ||Less common type of injury, but important based on age of child |
|Damon || || || |
|Mia || || || |
|Thomas || || || |
b. What is the developmental stage of the child? Consider developmentally appropriate communication strategies.
|Child ||Developmental Stage ||Communication Strategy |
|Damon || || |
|Mia || || |
|Thomas || || |
c. What is the education level of the parent? Ensure that your teaching is at a level parents will be able to understand.
d. Consider the context of the parent and child. How will this influence your teaching? What specific areas of injury prevention will you focus on based on the family’s context?
e. What type of teaching strategy would work best for the child and parent(s)? (e.g., reading material, coloring book, YouTube video, demonstration).