Creating health and health research booklets that children, parents and the public need, want and will engage with.
INFANT Centre Gatefold Booklet
INFANT is a leading research centre. We were asked to write, design and illustrate a booklet to help the centre and its researchers to engage with the public and to aid the recruitment process for researchers.This is their new, jargon free gate fold booklet by TiNY Health.
Find out more about INFANT’s work HERE
CUMH neonatal new sibling booklet
This project was commissioned by the Cork University Hospital Charity. Funding was raised by Cork’s Little Heroes, and mums to premie, Aoibhinn.
The booklet is designed to help toddlers and young child to understand the neonatal unit, why their baby is taking so long to come home and why they cannot visit.
The booklet is given to parents who have a small child at home. It includes a four page work book to encourage engagement and to help the child to express how they are feeling during this stressful time.
TiNY Health has developed a booklet that is designed to help school age children to understand vaccines. This booklet looks at how vaccines were discovered, how our bodies fight infection, and how vaccines help them to do so. It then covers what happens on the day that the vaccination nurse comes to school.
This booklet will be available to download and read for free. It will also be available to order in boxes, which contain 30 booklets. These will be provided for free to schools, hospitals, and GP surgeries. To order please email email@example.com.
There are two versions. 1. For children who are vaccinated in the school setting. 2. For children who are vaccinated in a medical setting.
This project was funded by a Sanofi Educational Grant. It does not intend to replace medical advice. If you have questions about vaccinations, you should speak directly to your medical provider. This booklet does not promote any particular brand or type of vaccine.