“What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick Or Has Asthma” Workshop

“What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick Or Has Asthma” Workshop

Presented By Joan Bolduc; Director of the One-On-One Literacy Program Of Wythe & Grayson Counties, Inc.

  • When in doubt, it is always better to be cautious, and to seek medical attention for your child.
  • Fill in the phone numbers in the front of the book, “What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick”.
  • Read and highlight important passages of the book, “What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick”.

If your child has been diagnosed with asthma, copies of the “What To Do When Your Child Has Asthma” book are also available.

These books contain important information about what you can do when your child is sick, has an accident, or has an asthma attack. In most cases, medical attention may not be necessary if you know what to do.

Page “v” in the front of the “What To Do When Your Child Gets Sick” book contains important information concerning when you should call your doctor or medical clinic.


Limited copies are available, please call your local library to set up a time to pick up your very own copy!


Phone Numbers & Addresses Of Local Clinics:

Free Clinic Of Twin Counties, 140 Larkspur Lane, Galax, VA 24333, 276-236-0421

Galax Medical Center, 199 Hospital Drive, Galax, VA 24333, 276-238-1895

Mid Atlantic Health Specialists, 103 Doctors Park, Galax, VA 24333, 276-236-2947

Mid Atlantic Quick Care, 2851 Carroliton Pike, Woodlawn, VA 24333, 276-266-3120



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