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child some control over the situation.

Promotes social acceptance by peers and support by parents.

Encourages acceptance of the child with special needs, long-term rehabilitation needs, lifelong activity restrictions.

Provides correct information to assist in dealing with negative feelings about body.

Promotes well-being of child and sense of belonging and control of life events by participating in normal activities for age and enhancing developmental task achievement.

Prevents stigmatization of child by those who are not apprised of the child's disease; attitude of others will affect child's body image.

Provides suggestions for aids that will camouflage scarring or disfigurement.

Assists to improve self-esteem and to learn coping and problem solving skills.

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