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Show Me Where? - Pain assessment tool
Show Me Where? - Pain assessment tool

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Show Me Where™ - Simple visual tools which help people with communication difficulties convey the location of pain or discomfort.
Show Me Where™ is available as a printed fan tool, magnetic wall chart and multilingual digital app for smartphones and tablets. For more information visit Show me where website
(Bulk discount prices available on request at sales@focusgames.com)

Price: £7.50 Exc VAT


Choose - Child fan, Adult fan or Magnetic Wallchart To purchase the app version search for "Show Me Where" in the the Apple or Google app stores.

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Many people suffering pain and discomfort are unable to tell anyone about their distress. They may have a permanent or temporary communication difficulty, or they cannot speak English. Because of this their pain and discomfort may be ignored.

Show Me Where™ is suite of visual tools that enable adults and children to convey the location of their pain or discomfort. They can then be given appropriate support and treatment.

Show Me Where™ is available as:
  • Fan tool, with a handy belt loop. Available in both an adult and child version,
  • Magnetic wallchart for treatment rooms, classrooms and GP practices.
  • Smart phone app (ios and android) including multiple language translation options. (Arabic, Bengali, Polish, Somali, Urdu and Welsh) invaluable where english is not the patients first language.

Show Me Where™ is a valuable resource for a wide range of people in a variety of settings:
  • Stroke
  • Deafness and hearing problem
  • Autism (ASD)
  • Intubated or tracheostomy
  • Dementia
  • Trauma or anxiety
  • Disabilities e.g. CP, MS
  • Non English-speakers

Show Me Where™ can be used in a wide range of settings:
  • Schools
  • Police Force
  • GP surgeries
  • Armed Forces
  • Dental clinics
  • Social Services (Child protection)
  • Hospitals
  • Ambulance and Emergency
  • Care Home
  • Hospice environments.
  • Intensive Care units
"We use Show Me Where as part of the Pain Assessment and Management Toolkit for Patients with Communication Difficulties in all clinical areas and we endorse its value in clinical practice." Sue Mogford, Lead Nurse, Pain Team, Cardiff and Vale UHB

"The Show Me Where Communication Chart has really helped non-verbal and pupils with limited speech to be able to communicate if they are in pain. It has also helped pupils understand what is to happen during medical examinations, which significantly helps reduce the anxiety that clinical appointments can often trigger in children with children with Autism. I have also found the chart along with the I Pad app very useful in teaching the different parts of the body." Lucy Brassey, BA Hons Primary Studies

"My son found using the Communication Chart lessens his anxiety when visiting the Doctor or Nurse. He was able to have his throat examined for the first time ever with no stress or discomfort, for him and me!!" Ceri Lewis, Parent of a child with Autism

"This app is brilliant! I have successfully used it with a selection of autistic spectrum condition children with a variety of communication levels ranging from no spoken language to excellent communicators. This has enabled them all to let us know what hurts and where when they cannot express their feelings any other way." Sunshine Haskell BA Hons, PGCE Teacher, The Hollies Special School

Show Me Where "Autism and Consent"
Show Me Where overview
Show Me Where in dementia
Show Me Where APP

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