Big step in the right direction, big question in this state is how do you get the funding, when our state government has nothing in it's agenda to do with chronic pain and yet we have the highest aging community.
Our one and only Public Hospital which runs a pain management course has had to endure funding cuts every year, Chronic Pain has no voice in SA to get policies changed, it would take a big push by all groups concerned to get any funding to kick off a program like this, it may happen in other capitals and rapidly, but not here in SA.
You don't have to tell me Mary, I have written letters to both State Party Members for Health, regarding lots of issues, only to get generic replies back of sorry if you are lucky, as you know it took a lot of time and effort to get my granddaughters funding, and this we only got because we had too much damaging proof and they had to make it go away.
Maybe somebody knows some similar application? I wonder how to work nowadays without a convenient app with all push notification? It is a must to have a fast-responding program that will keep you organized on your everyday routine, do you agree? I am from
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