Supporting residents, their loved ones, and their caregivers through best-practice
pain assessment and management

Discovering the stories of those involved with managing pain

Pain affects people in different ways. It is a complex experience and one which often requires the involvement of many people when in an aged care setting. Connecting these stories and understanding the perspective of all those involved and affected by pain, empowers the care sector to join forces and look at pain in a holistic way, ensuring the best care can be provided to those in need, especially when they don’t have the ability to reliably self-report their pain themselves. 

Pain is a deeply personal and multifaceted experience. Across all care settings, there are multiple people involved in the process of managing a person’s pain. Managing Pain, Improving Lives shines a light on all those affected by pain, whether it be the individual themselves, their loved ones or their caregivers.

By listening to the voices of these people, we can highlight the need for a more holistic approach to pain management and foster an environment where pain is better understood, better identified, and ultimately, better managed.

-Philip Daffas, PainChek CEO & Managing Director

Real people, real stories...

Alvin Carlos at RAAFA Alice Ross King Care Centre
Alvin Carlos at RAAFA Alice Ross-King Care Centre

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Parabati Pun registered nurse at OneCare
Parbati Pun at
OneCare

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Francesca Glamorgan at St Marys Villa Residential Aged Care
Francesca Glamorgan at St Mary’s Villa Residential
Aged Care

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Aileen Williams at RAAFA
Aileen Williams
at RAAFA

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Aileen Williams at RAAFA 2
John* a resident living in Staffordshire, England

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Patricia a family member caring for her Dad Robert
Patricia* a family member caring for her Dad, Robert*

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Larissa McIntyre at Anglicare
Larissa McIntyre
at Anglicare

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AlayaCare Integration Partner

PainChek is committed to enhancing the quality of pain management for everyone, everywhere.

PainChek® is the world’s first regulatory-cleared medical device for the assessment of pain, enabling best-practice pain management for people living with pain in any environment, including those who cannot reliably self-report their pain, those who can, and those who fluctuate between the two. PainChek® is currently being used in over 1,500 aged care facilities, with more than 1,900,000 digital pain assessments conducted to date, and is trusted by thousands of nurses, carers and clinicians. 

About PainChek

PainChek® is the world’s first regulatory cleared medical device for the assessment of pain, enabling best-practice management for people living with pain in any environment, including those who cannot reliably self-report their pain, those who can, and those who fluctuate between the two. PainChek® is currently being used in over 1,500 aged care facilities, with more than 1,670,000 digital pain assessments conducted to date, and is trusted by thousands of nurses, carers and clinicians. For more information, please visit painchek.com

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