Resources for Schools & Educators on PANS PANDAS
PANS PANDAS not only impacts the physical health of a student but also causes psychological, neurological, behavioral, and developmental difficulties.
Symptomology and symptom severity vary from student to student and even from flare to flare in the same student. The goal of treatment is to achieve full recovery in order to prevent the student’s condition from becoming a chronic, debilitating illness. Treatment includes medical protocols as well as therapeutic practices. School accommodations are an essential component of a thorough and appropriate treatment protocol. See more about how school supports are an integral part of treating PANS & PANDAS. Please learn more at PANS PANDAS at School and at the resource tabs below. Also, contact ASPIRE today to schedule a virtual in-service on PANS/PANDAS.
Development and Retention of Fine Motor and Handwriting Skills By Jennifer Leiman M.S. OTR/L PANS PANDAS can affect many aspects of daily functioning. One of the categories of the PANS diagnostic...
This presentation provides an overview of how PANS/PANDAS impacts classroom functioning across physical, socio-emotional, academic, and behavioral domains. Presenters will describe strategies and...
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