Jeanne Kane, M.A., HEAL School Reentry Program Coordinator and Educational Specialist, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford
During my thirteen years as an educational specialist working with medically fragile children, I have never encountered an illness as devastating on families and schools as PANDAS/PANS. It is difficult to plan a successful education program for children who are consistently inconsistent. This book will serve as a lifeline to teachers and families who are touched by the devastating diagnosis of PANDAS/PANS. The explanations and recommendations for an appropriate and flexible school program will help to support positive school outcomes for these children.
Jodi M. Duke, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Special Education, George Mason University
This book finally gives a voice to those who are directly affected by PANS/PANDAS. After struggling in silence for years, this book tells the stories of families who have searched for diagnosis and shares critical information about medical and educational interventions. This book is the resource that families and educators have been waiting for!