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Pain Concern receives funding for Pain Education Sessions

We are delighted to announce that Pain Concern has secured funding from the The Trades House of Glasgow Commonweal Fund to support our pain education initiatives.

Sam Mason and Heather Wallace at the Commonweal Fund Awards Ceremony.

Following a recent committee meeting on Wednesday 6th March, the Commonweal Fund has generously awarded £2,772.00 to provide free interactive 2-hour Pain Education sessions to individuals experiencing pain for 12 weeks or more. These sessions aim to enhance understanding of pain management strategies for long-term relief.

Heather Wallace and Sam Mason from Pain Concern attended a ceremony at the Trades Hall of Glasgow on Thursday 28th March to receive a certificate from the Commonweal Fund committee, acknowledging this vital support.

About our Pain Education Sessions

Using this funding, this year Pain Concern is launching a Pain Education project. This is designed to empower individuals from early diagnosis to lead fuller lives despite chronic pain.

Our single, two-hour Pain Education Session is open to anyone experiencing pain for 12 weeks or more, including family members and employers. This interactive workshop provides participants with essential knowledge about pain and equips them with effective management strategies for long-term relief.

Participants will:

  • Gain insights into their pain
  • Learn stress management techniques
  • Enhance their ability to enjoy life
  • Improve their daily activities
Group photo of all attendees of the Commonweal Fund Award Ceremony.
Group photo of all attendees of the Commonweal Fund Award Ceremony.
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