In honor of PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day, receive a special 20% discount on PANDAS and PANS in School Settings, A Handbook for Educators. The book was edited by Patricia Rice Doran, with the foreword by Diana Pohlman, and there are also many Professional and Parent Contributors (including me…read my excerpt here 🙂 ). It was my pleasure to negotiate this special offer with the publisher for PANDAS Sucks Readers and the PANDAS/PANS Community at large or anybody that wants a good deal on the book.
This special offer is valid from today, 10/9/16, through 11/9/2016 and is for US customers only (per the publisher–Jessica Kingsley Publishers). Here’s what your 20% savings looks like:
Original price: $24.95
20% off discount: $19.96
In order to receive 20% off PANDAS and PANS in School Settings, simply call the publisher at 866-416-1078 and quote the code “PAND16” to receive your discount. Offer is good 10/9/16 – 11/9/16 only. (Standard shipping and handling rates will apply.)
I know it’s a bit of a pain to have to call, but you’re also saving 20%!!! It’s worth it. The current price right now on Amazon is $23.35, which can fluctuation, but it’s not likely to drop to $19.96. Woohoo! Here’s the breakdown again. Feel free to save and share the picture.
Also, in case you are wondering, I DO NOT RECEIVE ANY PROCEEDS OR PROFITS FROM THE SALE OF THESE BOOKS. Zero. Nada. Zilch. Negotiating this discount for you with the publisher is just my way of helping to give back to the PANDAS/PANS Community. It’s done in the spirit of PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day. Enjoy the savings! Take action…that would be a PANDAactionS Action…and buy the book to help with Awareness.
Here’s what’s being said about the book:
“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 earched for diagnosis and shares critical information about medical and educational interventions. This book is the resource that families and educators have been waiting for!” —Jodi M. Duke, Ed.D., Assistant Professor of Special Education, George Mason University
“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.” —Jeanne Kane, M.A., HEAL School Reentry Program Coordinator and Educational Specialist, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford
Maybe you haven’t bought any copies of the books yet and now is your chance to save. Or you need extra copies for your child’s school. And these would make great holiday gifts for teachers. Or you might want to stock up for next year. Whatever your reason for buying the book, enjoy this 20% discount from today through November 9, 2016 only. Drop me a line about how many books you’ll order and how you’ll use them to increase PANDAS/PANS Awareness and Understanding.
Happy PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day to you. <3
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Sarah Jane Alleman is a PANDAS Mom to her awesome son, Jesse. She spends much of her time on Facebook, making to-do lists, and listening to music, especially Depeche Mode. She drinks a lot of coffee, likes a good red wine, and has been known to hide chocolate in her pantry. Sarah really thinks PANDAS Sucks (the autoimmune disorder, NOT the bears!). PANDAS Sucks exists to tell the collective story about PANDAS/PANS. Sarah wants to empower other PANDAS Parents and let them know they’re not alone. She is also the Director of Kentucky PANDAS/PANS Support, which strives for more awareness, support, and understanding of PANDAS/PANS. Sarah was a Parent Contributor to the book “PANDAS and PANS in School Settings.” Find PANDAS Sucks on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.
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