Calling All Educators, School Nurses, School Therapists, School Administrators….

Learn more about PANS PANDAS!

Students with PANS/PANDAS have complex cognitive, behavioral, physical & neurological symptoms that affect their school performance. The school’s multidisciplinary team benefits from an awareness of PANS PANDAS, the resulting impact on school performance, and the recommended support.

Contact ASPIRE to schedule a virtual in-service on PANS PANDAS. 

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It was a pleasure to listen to your presentation. I learned a lot. I have been thinking about so many of my former students who fit the criteria for PANS/PANDAS. Now that I am armed with more information, I feel like I am in a better place for suggesting further medical follow up. Knowing how much a proper diagnosis can help the child, their family and their educators is a great reason to continue to get the word out there!” 
– School RN and IEP Support Services

PANS PANDAS School Inservice

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.

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2 comments to Calling All Educators, School Nurses, School Therapists, School Administrators….

  1. Kendra Ballard
    February 23, 2021

    Hello, my name is Kendra and I provide Mental Health Counseling and Behavior Support Services for Polk County Schools in Tennessee. I would like to know more information about this virtual in-service, what all it addresses specifically for educators/staff, and if you address the educational options such as the Special Ed and IEP process as well for students with PANS/PANDAS. Thank you so much!

    • Gabriella True
      February 23, 2021

      Hi Kendra, I have sent you an email with a full response to this question. Best, Gabriella True


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