Sorting through the wealth of online information on OCD can be a daunting task. What's worth reading, and what's a waste of time? Start with this recommended list of resources to find the information you need to understand and help your child.
On this Parenting Special Needs site
There are lots of articles on this site of interest to parents of children with OCD, but these three will give you a good place to begin.
From the About guide to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Owen Kelly, Ph.D., the About.com guide to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, offers lots of information on OCD and related disorders. Start with these three sections.
Around the About network
There's information on OCD all around About.com. Start with these three sites.
Just the facts
These reference sites give good overviews of OCD diagnosis and treatment.
These sites focus exclusively on OCD and offer articles and other resources for parents and families.
Behavior and learning
Learn about behavior management and therapy as well as learning issues from these sites.
These sites can guide you to the latest research on OCD and show you how to help.
These sites offer explanations and information on OCD aimed at children and teens.