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Intensive care for children: how does it work?

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Intensive care for children: how does it work?

A teddy bear can provide comfort. Above all, seriously ill children need professional care and a lot of support. Image: Picture Alliance

Children who require intensive care have special needs. In Darmstadt, Bärenfamilie GmbH looks after them and their families – and thus focuses on a group that is not very visible.

Managing director Gina Fürhoff talks to podcast host Lucia Schmidt about the bear family’s unique, holistic care concept. The aim is that the children do not have to spend their time in the highly regulated environment of a hospital, but are cared for and given educational support in an environment tailored to their needs. Fürhoff also talks about how grateful and happy the children are – one reason for them to describe the profession of pediatric nursing as the most beautiful in the world.

Lucia Schmidt

Editor in the “Life” department of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

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