There are always choices. If a child is having a blood test, even with very young children, we can give them warning and talk to them about how it can be done. It’s important to be honest about the things they don’t have a choice about. So, I often say “We want to see that you’re getting better, so we have to check your blood, but you can be the boss and choose who is in the room with you, where you sit, which arm and what we do afterwards’. Even with very young children they can still have a choice.