Neurophysiology Distraction Toys

Neurophysiology Distraction Toys

The Neurophysiology team in Brighton helps to diagnose neurological condition in children and their work includes attaching electrodes on a patient’s head to help properly diagnose them.

The team have recently moved into the new Louisa Martindale Building at the Royal Sussex and are in real need of a range of new distraction toys for their young patients.

Helping children to be engaged during their assessment can really help staff to successfully complete the procedure, so they really need a range of strong, durable toys for children to play with. They also need some colouring books and crayons for their waiting room to help calm the nerves of any patients.

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