"I have learned in order to teach pain you have to teach body parts and the concept of pain combined. I have been given lots of ideas to do this."
"I got loads of ideas to work on expressive/receptive language in relation to expressing pain"
"I liked the quick, simple and incidental learning methods. Concise and engaging course. The presenter was informative and her personal stories interesting."
"I never realised something pretty obvious: the need of teaching the body parts in order for the children to communicate effectively where it hurts."
"Loved this course, especially the importance of teaching and of talking about pain and how it is presented."
"I never thought of it in the way it was presented in this talk."
"I liked the way the course was delivered easy to follow and understand. I also got a few ideas that I could use in my work going forward."
"I liked the delivery of the course. The provider was easy to listen to and conveyed her information clearly and concisely. The ideas to teach body parts and concept of pain were very helpful."
Being able to successfully communicate the source of, and even cause of, pain is vitally important in a young child or a person with communication issues.