What to Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming OCD
This book guides children and their parents through cognitive-behavioral techniques used to treat obsessive compulsive disorder. This interactive self-help book turns kids into super-sleuths who can recognize and more appropriately respond to OCD's tricks.
My Kid is Not Crazy
"My Kid is Not Crazy," a film by Tim Sorel, tracks the journey of six children and their families as they become tangled in the nightmare of a medical system heavily influenced by the pharmaceutical industry. Here it's common for a caregiver to prescribe a young child with a Selective Serotonin Uptake Inhibitor (SSRI) but hesitate to prescribe an antibiotic to counteract a potential infectious-based trigger. For some kids, what happens after several years is shocking and sad.
What Happened to my Child
When Heather Korbmacher's 10-year-old son began having extreme emotional responses to otherwise normal situations, she began to wonder what was happening to her child. In this true story, she shares her journey to find healing for her son and her family. You will be moved by the courage of Heather's determination to find answers, save her son, and take back control of her life. A portion of the proceeds support PANDAS Network.
A Parent's Guide to PANDAS, PANS, and Related Neuroimmune Disorders
This book explains symptoms and diagnosis of PANDAS and PANS, with treatment options and recommended strategies for supporting children at home, at school, and in community settings.
Hello, Health: Navigating and Winning Better Cognitive and Immune Function
This book is a story of how a mother searched for answers on how to help her six-year-old son, who suddenly began to regress developmentally. With contributions from parents and doctors, the book gives insight about things that can trigger a child's genetic predisposition to autoimmune disease. It also explores the difference between conventional and functional medicine, as well as the connection between our gut, brain, and behavior.
PANDAS PANS in School Settings
This practical handbook explains how educators can distinguish between symptoms and pre-existing conditions, and offers strategies for supporting students with PANDAS and PANS in school settings. Contributions from experts provide educators with the understanding needed to be able to collaboratively identify PANDAS and PANS, and carry out effective interventions. As the rate of incidence of PANDAS and PANS increases, this book will be an essential resource for school staff in getting to grips with these complex disorders and overcoming the challenges they present.
PANS, CANS, and Automobiles
This is a groundbreaking book on PANS-related education. The book not only describes what PANS is, and what the symptoms are, it explains to teachers, parents, and professionals the WHY behind the behaviors they are seeing. The tools offered by this book include a number of resources, (including sample letters that the providers and parents can use to write to their school officials, etc.) as well as medical diagnositic tools that can be of huge assistance in justifying diagnosis and treatment and accomodation.
In a Pickle Over PANDAS
This book is about a young boy's journey with PANDAS. He wakes up one morning, and overnight is stricken with unusual and frightening symptoms that turn his world upside down. After a long road, filled with doctor visits, blood draws, procedures, and surgery, he is finally on the road to recovery. In time, he is able to forget about this harrowing illness. Then, the only PANDAS he knows of are the black and white bears at the zoo.
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Cure PANDAS-PANS-AE Jewelry
Join the fight for our children. The PANDAS/PANS/AE necklace is a perfect way to share your intention. 30% of sales goes to further research and awareness. Choose your preferred word for the front of your charm. All necklaces are available in sterling silver or gold-filled.