About this Resource
Katie interviews Dr. Jody Thomas, the founder of the Meg Foundation. The two discuss how the nonprofit empowers families with pain management strategies to prevent and reduce pain in children.
Jody first explains how the Meg Foundation was created. She then elaborates on the three types of pain that children experience and how parents can best support children in what specific type of pain they may be going through.
Finally, what information should parents arm themselves with the next time their child needs to go to the doctor? Tune in for answers!
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