Association of Child Life Professionals Conference – May 21-23rd

Clinical Animated Productions – CAP will be exhibiting at this years Association of Child Life Professionals Conference May 21-23rd in San Antonio, Texas. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet and showcase our original CAP animated series to Child life Professionals and Hospital representatives. “I am looking forward to sharing our new programing concepts that support an important part of CLP mission of reducing the anxiety of young patients in a hospital or clinical setting.” Norman Calfin president and founder said. Whether it is a simple check-up, diagnostic testing or a surgical procedure, each program is created using trusting animated characters

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“Poke A Dot” the Comfort Dog Video Premier

SUPPORTING NEW PEDIATRIC INITIATIVES Most recently, we have released an animated video that supports the University of Michigan, MOTT Children’s Hospital’s Poke Plan by showing young patients they have a voice and a choice when they need an injection. This creative animation also suggests several options that would distract the patient prior to and during the injection. Other important takeaways include why injections are sometimes needed to either help reduce the time it takes to feel better or prevent getting sick in the first place via a vaccination. This entertaining/educational program takes place on a TV Gameshow entitled: “Do you

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Aw Nuts! I’m Allergic to Them!

Having a Nut Allergy is both a common and serious medical condition. Being a Squirrel with a nut allergy makes for an entertaining yet important educational story for children with and without food allergies. This entertaining animated video teaches about the importance of knowing what is in the food a child with a nut allergy eats every day! Especially valuable for their teachers. This 2D Animated Story engages the viewer immediately who becomes aware of this difficult problem that our star “Nutty” the Squirrel has to overcome somehow if he can! This animated story about living with nut allergies was

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I’m Going To The Hospital!

Sarah and Remee the Rabbit take a Hospital tour on his Tour Mobile before her appointment date. This hospital adventure gives the young viewer an accurate accounting of what the inside of a typical hospital looks like and what goes on there. This entertaining adventure includes meeting a talking rabbit, a singing scale and other personified medical instruments that a nurse or doctor uses during a typical examination. To quote Remee, their #1 Tour Guide; ” After taking my tour the kids all say, I’m not afraid anymore NO Way!!”

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Supporting Cast

This delightful & engaging program introduces the “Poke” He is the “Little Poke” the nurse or medical  staff says to each patient just before an injection: “Here’s just a Little Poke” His best friend, Cindy Syringe says  this about him:  “No matter where I go, sooner or later the Poke shows up!”

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Cindy Syringe’s Movie Debut!

Does anyone LIKE getting an injection? Cindy Syringe co-stars in this thought-provoking and entertaining animated program where she asks everyone to start thinking about all the good the medicine inside her does rather than the little Poke and a couple of seconds of ouch!   So, she tries to convince Poke A Dot and the studio audience to take her off their:  “We Don’t Like it List”

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CAP’s Program Library

Each program topic in our series was selected by researching the most common medical issues children are being treated for in the US, along with popular topics recommended by healthcare professionals and parents nationwide. Topics include: Going to a hospital or clinic for the first time, having an examination, diagnostic tests and treatments. 

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The Elephant in a Waiting Room No one talks about …

Watching children’s interaction with their parents and other young patients in a waiting room would make for a revealing research study or at least a term paper for anyone in the medical field that treats pediatric patients. Some kids are quiet and solemn staring intensely at their iPad or cell phone (yes a cell phone..that’s another study for another day!) While others are in constant motion, picking up and putting down toys, magazines or trying to talk with anyone that will listen. The parents becoming more uncomfortable by the minute try to get their attention by talking in a public

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