PANS PANDAS Appointment Checklist & Worksheets

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You do not want to leave an appointment with more questions than you had going in. You need to clarify the lab results, what they mean, and what treatments will address the results. Many doctors are hard to reach between appointments and charge for that consulting time, so keeping future potential questions to a minimum is key. Use ASPIRE’s Appointment Worksheets and Checklist to keep you on track!


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Appointment Tracking Forms


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3 comments to PANS PANDAS Appointment Checklist & Worksheets

  1. Chris Kelley, PA-C
    May 11, 2021

    Hello, I am a physician assistant who is starting to see patients with PANS/PANDAS. I wanted to know if I could use these forms in my practice. Are there any royalties required to use these forms? I don’t want to infringe on anybody’s copyright but I think these forms would be a big help for me getting started. Thank you, Christopher Kelley, PA-C

    • Gabriella True
      May 11, 2021

      Hi Chris, I have sent you an email.

  2. Stacy Mahon
    May 17, 2021

    Just a suggestion, audio record your appointments if legal in your state. Over 1/2 it is legal if 1 party is aware (you of course).
    My sister used to do this when she was being treated with cancer and she found it very valuable. It’s a lot of information.
    I have also made a binder with my sons full records, timeline, any evidence such as drawings before and after onset, and even a letter from his teacher. Diagnostic criteria and treatment protocol is in there also.


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