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Pain Awareness Month – Tools to Talk About and Manage Living with Chronic Pain

This week we’re featuring tools from the NIDILRR Grantee community and elsewhere to help people living with pain and their care teams work together to manage pain and live independently. Continue reading

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In the Stacks – Research on Pain and Disability

In Part 1 of our Pain Awareness Month blog post, we looked at some of the ready-to-use resources from projects in the NIDILRR community that have looked at pain as a disability and as a secondary condition to physical and … Continue reading

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Pain May Be a Fact of Life, but There Is Help and Hope for Relief

September is Pain Awareness Month, sponsored by the American Chronic Pain Association. Millions of Americans live with pain from injuries, autoimmune and inflammatory disorders, cancer, and other disabilities. Pain can be acute, with a beginning and end, or it can … Continue reading

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