– Phlebotomy –
Neonatal Blood Sampling
– Vaccination –
Subcutaneous and Intradermal
– Intravenous –
(Empty) Bag for
saline IV demonstration
“Children are afraid when they do not know what to anticipate in a clinic visit.Through playtime with Rabbit Ray, they will understand.
Plus, Rabbit Ray is a good distraction during vaccination,”
Designed based on
World Health Organisation’s publications.
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Imagination: when children play make-believe nurses, doctors and caregivers, they exercise their creativity with self-initiated story lines.
Social Interaction: role-play puts children in other people’s shoes and encourages them to be emphatic and considerate.
1) Education: remove fear of the unknown and bring anxiety to realistic levels.
2) Inquisitive: breakdown medical jargons into action steps; for children who ask why. According to Piaget’s child development pre operational stage (Age 2-7).
For Chronic Patients:
1) Play to vent frustration after procedures.
2) Play creates the environment for questions on life and healing.
Age 4 and up
Size : 200 x 111.14 x 72mm
(200mm is 2/3 of an A4 paper height)
The access to healthcare is important; coupled with education and positive experience, it will encourage children’s receptiveness to treatment.
When children are involved in their care, it creates better outcomes,"
Joytingle started with Founder Esther Wang’s belief that medical visits can be better for children. Since starting in 2012, Joytingle have worked with National University Hospital and KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Joytingle is a registered business in Singapore and is supported by National University of Singapore Social Venture Lab@NUS.