Golisano Children's Hospital / Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics / Services / Visual Supports / Getting a Shot Getting a Shot Today, I am going to the doctor's office. The doctor wants to make sure I am healthy. When I get there, I will check in at the front desk.Then I will wait in the waiting room until my name is called. There are fun toys to play with! When the nurse calls my name, I will walk down a hallway to another room.The nurse will ask me to sit on a table. Next, the nurse will wipe my arm with a wet cloth. This is to make sure my skin is clean!When this is done, the nurse will show me the needle. It is okay to be scared. I can hold someone's hand or count to 10 if I need to!Now the nurse will give me the shot. It will hurt a little bit, but it will be over soon. Next, the nurse will put a band aid on my arm. I will leave it on. I am all done. Everyone will be proud of me! This social story is brought to you by Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics at Golisano Childrens Hospital. Picture Communication Symbols ©1981–2015 by Mayer-Johnson LLC. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Used with permission.