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Pain - Script

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Pain - Script
« on: January 23, 2013, 05:04:17 PM »

To appreciate the wonder of the human body and to understand that pain is important to healthy living.

Preparation and Materials

Display pictures of situations where children have been hurt – grazed knee, broken arm, leg in cast, etc.
Display pictures of situations that have potential to hurt – open fire, broken bottle, playground fall or collision, etc.
If a child, teacher or parent has recently been injured, you might like to invite them to talk about how this experience changed their way of life.
A discussion regarding harmful and helpful drugs could be linked appropriately to the development of pain relief and anaesthetics (see section 4).

Imagine falling down and never hurting yourself – fantastic!
Jamming your finger in a door and not feeling it – amazing!
Never having toothache – just great!
Getting a blister from wearing new shoes and not bothering about it – wonderful!

This was all true for a little boy called Paul. Superhero? No. He was born unable to feel any pain.
By the time Paul was two years old he had broken an arm, had a serious internal infection and suffered burns, cuts and bruises in a series of childhood accidents.

Throughout that time he had never cried or complained, never winced with the pain or even shown any concern.

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