Hospital Incursion

Hospital Incursion

Natasha from Life Spirals has ceased to run the Hospital Incursion in September 2019. She would like to thank all the centres that booked and supported the program over the last 9 years.

Medical Play Workshop for Educators

Medical Play Workshops dates will be announced soon. Subscribe to the mailing list or email Natasha if you wish to be notified.

Learn the practices in engaging appropriately with children in Medical Play in your set up hospital dramatic play area in your early childhood centre or kindergarten. Learn about use of language, proper use of medical equipment, best learning resources and more.

Testimonials

“We liked the hands on experience, and the presenter had a good rapport with the children.”    
Kathy Isido & Samantha Siddle, Good Start Early Learning Centre, Pound Road North.

…the interactive program the children were able to participate in. It was very informative and had great play equipment.” Anna Moutjouris, Bridge Road ELC.

It was really great insight for the children with the hands on opportunity. It was fantastic and the children really enjoyed it.” Natalie Prinzi, Greythorn ECC.

“I loved your very calm and quiet voice. Your props and resources were great.” 
Nadia Brewer, Doncaster East Preschool.

“I liked the concept of the program and how it was delivered in a ‘not too’ overwhelming way.”
Author wishes to remain anonymous.

“Good mix of showing and discussing equipment, allowing the children to play and explore, and finishing up with stories.” Sarah Rakich, Malvern Early Learning and Childcare Centre.

A thank you picture of Natasha (left).

“It was hands on, not hurried and the children really listened and were curious, with plenty of props and opportunities (for the children) to have a go. It will definitely assist the children when going to hospital” 
Irene Heidenreich, Camberwell Little Learners.

“Very well thought out, and nice to see hands on interaction and playing.”
Author wishes to remain anonymous.

“Thankyou for a wonderful incursion. We feel that the children greatly benefited from this experience and they loved the opportunity to play, role play and explore. Very age appropiate and relevant.” 
Georgie Westney, Snuggles ELC and Kindergarten (Camberwell).

“Hospital incursion is very educational… and prepares children for future visits if necessary.” 
Author wishes to remain anonymous.