I want to arrange some training and support for parents who support a child living with chronic pain.
Apparently there is research showing that how we parent can influence our children’s perception of pain.
I am curious about how we track down this type of valuable information and make it accessible and practical for parents.
These days there is a lot more known now about pain and how best to treat it.
How best to manage pain medications and side effects is also practical information that could help parents.
Maybe parents who are better informed will feel more confident to manage flareups at home and so reduce the demand on emergency departments.
There really is information that can help parents care for a child experiencing chronic pain.
I wonder what we can do to make that more accessible? Is this something that interests you?