Youth Anxiety Brochure for Pediatric Care Offices

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The US Preventative Service Task Force (USPSTF) recommends that primary care providers (PCPs) screen all children aged 8 to 18 for anxiety disorders. In response to this recommendation, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America and the REACH Institute partnered to create a FREE brochure for PCPs to share with caregivers of anxious children and teens.

The brochure provides helpful information about:

  • Key signs of possible anxiety disorders
  • How to determine if a child’s anxiety is typical or not
  • How caregivers can help anxious children
  • Treatment options for anxious youth

Click Here to download the FREE brochure: Youth Anxiety Brochure

Additional resources to help with anxious youth:

Screening Tool for Child Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED) Printable Parent Version

Online SCARED tool with online scoring

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