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This clinic at Rutgers provides treatment and support for those with Tourette Syndrome, as well as for their families. Contact information is included.
Jim Eisenreich Foundation
Do you have a child with Tourette Syndrome who you want to help at school? Get informed about the best practices for educators here.
This simple article gives you step-by-step pointers on how to find a Tourette Syndrome support group. A quick and informative read.
Assn of Comprehensive Neruotherapy
You can support a loved one with Tourette Syndrome by helping prevent him from encountering his tic triggers. Read more to learn how.
By participating in a clinical trial, you can connect with others with Tourette Syndrome and contribute to the development of new treatments. Learn more here.
Tourette Syndrome "Plus"
Some parents turn to behavior modification as a treatment for the behavioral symptoms of their child's Tourette Syndrome. Could this option work for your family?
This article provides the facts about Tourette Syndrome, as well as suggestions on how to handle the disorder.
Find inspiration from the brave children in this clip from the HBO documentary “I Have Tourette's, But Tourette's Doesn't Have Me”.
Tourette Syndrome Assn of NJ
Children with Tourette Syndrome often have difficulty with school. This article provides suggestions for identifying what could best help your child achieve her academic goals.
Regional Resource and Federal Ctr Ntwk
Many US states offer special support for children with Tourette Syndrome. Click on your region to find out what services are available in your state.
Tourette Syndrome - Now What?
If you or a family member were just diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, this site can provide you with a wealth of information and support.
Students with Tourette Syndrome need special support at school. These guidelines for educators are easy to print out and share with your child's teacher.
Tourette Syndrome Online
Need a little moral support? Read these inspiring true stories from people who have struggled with Tourette Syndrome.
Tourette Syndrome Association
With 47 chapters of the Tourette Syndrome Association in the U.S., there's likely help near you. Click on your state to find a local chapter.
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