One Diagnosis Can Change Everything. An award winning documentary screening and fundraiser event supporting families and children living with a PANDAS/PANS diagnosis.
At 6:00 pm there is a Silent Auction, Cocktails and Live Music followed at 7:30pm by the Film Screening and Q & A session with cast members (featuring Dr. Wendy Edwards) and Director and Co-producers Christina Magnoli and Sara Van Vugt
ABOUT THE FILM What happens when familiar signs of mental illness - rapid-onset OCD, tics, hyperactivity - are misdiagnosed? This is the unfortunate reality for children living with the auto-immune disease known as PANDAS. Many families who turn to medical professionals for answers are often forced into a long journey filled with misdiagnoses and a lack of awareness. "Stolen Childhood" takes an in-depth look at the lives of these families, the impact of PANDAS, and the consequences of medical misdiagnosis. The overall goal of Stolen Childhood is to educate not only current medical professionals but also up and coming medical professionals. We also hope to generate awareness throughout the general population to encourage parents to ask important questions to their doctors and to look deeper into any initial diagnosis their child might receive.
October 10, 2019 - 6:00 p.m.
168 Christina Street North,
PO Box 43, Sarnia, Ontario
N7T 7H8, Canada
There are approximately 100 spaces on Christina Street and the adjacent streets, all within 5 minute walk of the Imperial Theatre. There is a 2 hr free on street parking limit Monday to Friday until 6 pm. Parking on street is free all day on Saturday and Sunday and after 6 pm every evening. Parking rates vary during the day Monday to Friday until 6 pm. After 6 pm parking is free, as well as all day on Saturday and Sunday.