What to bring while you wait at Norton Children’s
You to Norton Children’s Hospital, but don’t forget about your needs as a caregiver.
Here’s what you should bring
- Books, magazines or other reading material
- Change and money for vending machines, parking, etc.
- Chargers for your electronic devices
- Earphones or ear buds for electronic devices as a courtesy to other patients and families
- Important telephone numbers (home, work, mobile phone)
- Wear comfortable clothes, and don’t forget clothes for overnight stays with your child.
Please do not bring
- Other children, if possible (your child will need your undivided attention on the day of admission)
- Rubber or latex balloons due to choking or suffocation risk. Any balloons your child receives as gifts must be made of Mylar or foil.
- Streaming television USB devices (Amazon Fire TV stick, Apple TV, Roku, etc.)
- Valuables or large amounts of money.
- Video gaming systems that connect to a television.
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