Retention in healthcare and nursing facilities allows for the design of change in most hospital facilities, which have inclusivity of equipment considered for children’s wards and its effect on patient safety. To address some of the equipment required in any nursing facility, there is the need for fundamental changes used in healthcare, and how physical environment is necessary as it needs some alignment. The literature review will express various suggestive equipment used inward to help children in nursing.
Providing nursing facilities with children’s ward tools like toys allows them to be happy and active. According to Healey (2019), most of the issues expressed gives out a provision on some of the issues in which toys might be used for children’s interaction inward. There are various problems set in the nursing facility and ensuring that safety of the use of toys and the toys are structured for treatment levels and other leveled features. Healey shows different cultural and environmental features that comply with most equipment. The provision of a general verdict makes it precise for nursing facilities to choose the best storage level of the equipment.
Consideration of various tools adopted and used in various nursing facilities is essential, especially for impaired children and those with stress and anxiety level. According to Jenkins (2017), diverse reviews of some of the equipment, tools, and toys adopted in most nursing sectors allow for child development gaps. Most of the issues emphasized critique on matters which ensures that the ability of staff and other facilities are evaluative as toys are more suitable for use by most of the children inwards. Children might have inefficient play experiences, which impair their development (Jones, 2018). Based on the accessed analysis, there is a need for the nursing facility to focus on providing children with the most suitable toys that assist them in future development. It is an issue that allows for change as the gap set does not give clear guidance and observation which critique on analysis of its evaluation level.
Promotion of social-emotional well-being of young children through the introduction of tools to use in their nursing ward facility allows them to be interactive and have minimal cope with some of the problems they encounter. Jeong & Weinstock (2018) state that hospitalized children is more often stressed and isolated than those on the ward. This allows them to have different equipment that will make them activate and cope with the various problems they encounter. Different children inwards are accompanied by various challenges, which allow them to socialize with peers and make the outcome familiar through having various equipment/ tools. These tools allow them to interact and understand some critical issues that they might not be familiar with and how they can comply with the change. The manner how Verver & Steenbergen (2020) focuses on some of the interactive levels of use of toys that make most visually impaired children have the gap of being happy. Tools used help most kids explore and have a quality experience using some tools.
The literature review has given various equipment tools that kids in different wards use to minimize stress and allow exercise. The use of different equipment enables children to improve their emotional well-being through play and interaction with others. Most interactions in nursing facilities and toys that those children in the ward use allow them to minimize boredom and anxiety that might occur, more so for kids with different impairment levels.
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