The Comfort Ability provides a wide range of resources and services to help you and your family.
Websites specifically for Sickle Cell Pain can be found here.
Check out also the resources on the Teen Resource page here.
Pediatric Pain Specific Resources
- Meg Foundation:
Pain management resources for toddlers, elementary school students, and teens.
- Pain and Your Child or Teen:
Terrific resource for explaining how pain works in the body and reviewing pain medications.
- Pain Resource Centre:
Helpful guide for general information about pain.
- UCLA Pediatric Pain Program:
Information regarding best practices in pediatric pain healthcare.
- The TEACh-Pain Project:
Teach Pain School Resource Informational website for teachers and school staff regarding chronic pain. Can also be helpful for interested family and friends.
- Starship Child Health Pediatric Complex Pain:
Tip and education sheets on chronic pain.
- New Zealand Pediatric Society:
Site includes general information about pediatric chronic pain as well as videos and a downloadable booklet.
- Rachel Zoffness:
Resources, videos, workbooks, and information on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for pain.
- Solutions for Kids in Pain (SKIP):
Videos and printouts on pediatric pain management.
- About Kids Health Pain Learning Hub:
Made for patients and families, this site from The Hospital for Sick Children in Canada has information on chronic and acute pain
- Pediatric Pain Programs
Pediatric Chronic Pain Programs in the USA and across the world
General Pediatric Health Resources
- American Academy of Pediatrics:
Informative resource addressing a wide range of pediatric healthcare topics and issues.
- Kids Health:
Website with general information regarding a variety of pediatric conditions.
- Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics:
Website dedicated to issues of child development and behavior throughout the span of infancy, childhood and adolescence.
- Caregiver Wellbeing:
Resources from the Society of Pediatric Psychology to support and uplift caregivers of children with medical conditions, including pain.