Download the book: How to become a PI: Private Investigator into Childhood Pain


PEPain 20 Download a PEP-Booklet explaining pain to children


 Other Websites 

Lady Buzz Buzzy – Drug free pain relief

For more information on this device and to order you can visit 


Free Apps for children 

The Hospital for Sick Children, also known as SickKids, have developed a series of mobile apps to empower patients, families and health-care professionals and to help them manage pain in children. See the list of Apps here.

Pain Toolbox for children living with a disability

The Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in Canada supports children and youth living with a disability or medical complexity. You can download the Chronic Pain Assessment Toolbox for Children with Disabilities – a compendium of resources based upon high quality research evidence and intended to support the assessment of chronic pain in pediatric disability clinical practice.  

Video explaining Migraine

You can watch this video: Migraine: How it works and how to get it under control on YouTube 

It doesn’t have to hurt

The #itdoesnthavetohurt initiative has many resources on how to manage a child’s pain


The Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC) has a Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN) with Toolkits and Resources on paediatric pain management.  

Centre for Pediatric Pain Research

The Centre for Pediatric Pain Research is doing research and provides information and resources to ensure that parents, caregivers, and healthcare professionals have the most up to date knowledge and tools available to assess and manage children’s pain.

An education cartoon for children with chronic pain

You can watch a video on YouTube: “Understanding pain and what’s to be done about it … in 10 minutes” This video and many other resources has been developed by the German Paediatric Pain Centre website