"Tina and the Medical Connection"
What is it really like to visit a hospital in a small child's eyes? To help answer that question, the Taylor-Brown Auxiliary, with the help of New Vision Medical Career Program students from Geneva General Hospital, present an educational puppet show, "Tina and the Medical Connection", to kindergarten students in the Waterloo and Seneca Falls School Districts.
The program is especially written to help children become familiar with some of the people who work in a hospital, what goes on there, and what a stay in the hospital might be like. Realistic information is presented and children are able to play with and talk about many real items from the hospital such as a stethoscope, an x-ray, and hair bonnets.
The Taylor-Brown Auxiliary, which serves the Huntington Living Center in Waterloo, provides the show as a community service.
For more information, contact the Community Outreach Coordinator at Geneva General Hospital, 315-787-4065 or the Activities Director at the Huntington Living Center, 315-787-4949.