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As many as 1 in 100 individuals show signs of Tourette Syndrome – most of them undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, and/or misunderstood.
NJCTS provides answers for kids and their families through referrals to programs and services, education and training so that families, peers and professionals will be better qualified to help those with TS, and support of research programs so that we can find better treatments and a cure.
Sussex County School Nurses Association presentation led by NJCTS.
Faculty In-service presentation for the Sussex County School Nurses Association led by Dr. Graham Hartke, Psy.D., NJCTS, at Spring House Restaurant and Tavern, 144 Spring Street,…
NJCTS will have an information table at the Union County School Nurses Association Dinner at The Westwood in Garwood, NJ.
Keynote speech by NJCTS Youth Advocates Anna, Eric, and Sarah Baldwin
Presentation led by NJCTS Youth Advocate Hallie Hoffman at Roosevelt School, 410 Brooks Blvd., Manville, NJ
In the news
- 06 AprRead more
The New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, Inc. (NJAMHAA) recognized individuals who contribute to the quality of life for children and adults
- 13 MarRead more
The New York Red Bulls took the opportunity to recognize the charitable efforts of one of their own during the season opener against the Colorado
- 13 MarRead more
Charles Griebell is a high school junior, and he’s changing the way the public understands Tourette Syndrome (TS). TS is a neurological disorder characterized by
- 08 MarRead more
Jeff DeCicco remembers his earlier days in the classroom. He has Tourette Syndrome (TS), neurological disorder characterized by tics. Back then, when he needed a
- 01 MarRead more
State Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman (R-16) and Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli (R-16) have joined the Honorary Committee for the 4th annual NJ Walks for TS at
- 26 Jan
Camden’s Promise Middle School fifth-graders get lesson about standing up for others with disabilities from NJCTS Youth AdvocatesRead more
The Baldwin sisters are no strangers to speaking up on behalf of kids who are a little bit different. The NJCTS Youth Advocates have been
- 10 JanRead more
South Jersey Youth Advocate Anna Baldwin organized a fundraiser at Holy Tomato Too in Mullica Hill last month to benefit NJCTS. We are excited to
- 19 DecRead more
Edison Police and Firefighters faced-off in a hoagie-making challenge, raising money for two of their favorite charities—including the Somerville-based NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and
- 06 DecRead more
Many children with tics and Tourette Syndrome may experience anxiety, be teased or bullied, develop negative self-perceptions and avoid social situations as a result of their
- 05 DecRead more
More than 75 students at Temple Emanuel in Cherry Hill, NJ learned about Tourette Syndrome and about treating others with respect after NJCTS Youth Advocate