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There is SO much information out there about PANS/ PANDAS, and it can be overwhelming to even know where to start!

We have compiled a list of some of the most useful resources that have helped us along this journey.


Pandas Network and Aspire are two US based Not for Profit Organisations that have a wealth of knowledge for families. You can find their websites below:

PANDAS Network:


Child Mind Institute

The Child Mind Institute is an independent, nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. They have a very informative article about PANS/ PANDAS that explains how to recognise PANS/ PANDAS, how it is diagnosed, and what the recommended treatments are. You can read this article here. They also have a brilliant article that talks about how to recognise OCD in the classroom. OCD can be a tricky one to spot (top tip: it’s not all hand washing!!), and this article helps you know what to look for. You can read this article here.

Dr Leila Masson – Blog and Podcast

Dr Leila Masson is a consultant paediatrician who specialises in nutritional and environmental medicine for children’s health issues. She has a private clinic in the eastern suburbs of Sydney and is a wealth of knowledge in all things PANS/ PANDAS. She recorded a very informative podcast about PANS/ PANDAS that you can listen to here. She has also written a blog about PANS/ PANDAS and you can read this here.

Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.

Kofi Annan



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