We have a lot to be grateful for. The PANS/PANDAS journey is not an easy one; it can be filled with exhaustion, heartbreak, worry, frustration, roadblocks and more. But during this time of Thanksgiving we encourage everyone to reflect on their life and see the good things, the rays of hope, and the many things we can be thankful for. NEPANS works to spread PANS/PANDAS Awareness everyday but we could not do it without our large community of children, parents, doctors, teachers, family, researchers, therapists, volunteers, friends and donors. We are thankful for each and every one of you.
with Thanks and Gratitude,
The New England PANS PANDAS Association Board
PANS/PANDAS Holiday Survival Guide
Holidays are fun. But they are stressful even without throwing an autoimmune disease into the mix. Take a deep breath. These are your holidays, no one else's. The holidays get packed with activities pretty quickly. The important thing is to be around family, spending time, trying to catch a breath and being thankful for the little things. Most importantly, find joy in the moment. Here are a few tips from NEPANS to help you!
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