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Alternative pain chart

Alternative pain chart

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Audience: children, parents, healthcare professionals

Traditional pain charts generally use numbers, and smiley faces which works really well for some children and young people, but over the last few years many of us have had to adapt and re- design pain charts. There are some amazing examples out there, from Emotion Stones, Bags of pebbles, Lego Characters, and different sounds with various different volume levels- so here is one I gathered together- really easily with a little help from my friends on Twitter and was nudged to get something that we could all share and use- to benefit our amazing children and young people.


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