2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0080-62342010000200039 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The purpose of this study is to learn the meaning of being-a-child with cancer submitted to ambulatory treatment and using the toy library as a possibility to enable their expression about their world. Participants were seven children of ages 3 to 9 years, who had been diagnosed with some kind of childhood cancer. With the objective of learning about the meaning of these experiences to children with cancer, an analysis of these data was performed based on Martin Heidegger's existential phenomenology. The child… Show more

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“…Play can constitute a means of interaction through which the socialization of children is intensifi ed (19) . Relationships with other people of a similar age are necessary for their development, so play becomes an eff ective way to enable well-being and interaction during hospitalization.…”
Section: Feel Good It´s Fun [] People Coming To Play With Me Wimentioning
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“…Play can constitute a means of interaction through which the socialization of children is intensifi ed (19) . Relationships with other people of a similar age are necessary for their development, so play becomes an eff ective way to enable well-being and interaction during hospitalization.…”
Section: Feel Good It´s Fun [] People Coming To Play With Me Wimentioning
“…This process of humanization happens for a variety of ways and the clown's presence allows the music, theatre, painting and other art forms in just a figure known as your red nose (18) . Despite having as goal the strengthening of the process of humanization between the team and the patient, study (19) proves that activities have been used to improve the welfare of the child. So, take some techniques adopted by clowns can facilitate the provision of child-care, that referring to good memories left by them allows the nursing professional to perform the necessary procedures without the stress that was caused.…”
Section: Using the Technique Of Clown For Nursing Carementioning
“…J (feminino, quatro anos), por exemplo, consegue demonstrar seus sentimentos de desconforto e inadequação ao contexto de internação, através do desenho de um pato, ao afirmar que era existia ali um patinho feio e que ele estava triste. Já K (feminino, 13 anos), evidencia o carinho por uma profissional de saúde, a qual voltara de férias, ao Percebe-se, a partir das experiências relatadas, que o brincar entre diferentes pessoas que interagem juntas, provoca uma ação terapêutica que contribui positivamente ao desenvolvimento integral da criança, sendo importante principalmente no contexto de adoecimento e internação (AZEVÊDO, 2011;BORGES;NASCIMENTO;SILVA, 2008;MELLO;VALLE, 2010;MOTTA;ENUMO, 2004). Nesse sentido, faz-se essencial, conforme salienta Winnicott (1975), trazer de volta a capacidade de brincar da criança adoecida, visto que ela, muitas vezes, não se mostra capaz disso.…”
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