Online OCD Camp (check for dates on the IOCDF website): a virtual event for kids (6-17 years) and teens with OCD, and their families sponsored by IOCDF!
Psycho-education about OCD
Anxiety Canada provides evidence-based information and resources about OCD.
The Peace of Mind organization offers information and free webinars about OCD for families, mental health professionals, and educators.
For children and youth with OCD
This animation provides psycho-education about OCD to children and youth.
Another animation on OCD
Unstuck is a short movie about OCD from children’s perspectives.
This link contains websites & books on OCD for children and youth.
My ANXIETY plan is an online resource where children and youth can develop a plan to fight their OCD.
For young adults and families
This is a CBC radio show that discusses the experiences of people with OCD, including the host's own struggle with OCD.
NHL's former hockey player, Corey Hirsch's, breathtaking report on his experience with OCD and depression.
This video provides a look into former NHL player Corey Hirsch's fear of what his colleagues and coaches would think about his struggles with mental illness.
OCD in schools
This handout developed by Dr. Juliana describes how OCD is related to schooling and provides suggestions on how to address concerns related to OCD symptoms in school settings.
This website provides suggestions for educators to develop an Individual Education Plan (IEP) goals and accommodations for students with different anxiety and/or OCD symptoms.
Great websites for resources and learning
Peace of Mind Foundation, Inc (recently merged with IOCDF)