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As many as 1 in 100 kids show signs of Tourette Syndrome – most of them undiagnosed, misdiagnosed and/or misunderstood.
NJCTS provides answers for these 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.
Hudson County CIACC presentation led by NJCTS Education Outreach Coordinator Pat Phillips at Hank Gallo Community Center, 1 Lincoln Park, Jersey City, NJ.
Youth Advocate presentation at Riker Hill Elementary School, 31 Blackstone Drive, Livingston, NJ 07039.
Are you interested in being a Youth Advocate or Patient Educator with NJCTS? You could make a difference in the lives of hundreds of young…
NJCTS will be leading a presentation about Tourette Syndrome for the Atlantic County School Nurses at the George L. Hess Education Complex, 700 Babcock Road,…
Superintendent's Roundtable presentation led by NJCTS Education Outreach Coordinator Pat Phillips at Morris Union Jointure Commission, 340 Central Avenue, New Providence, NJ 07974.
In the news
- 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
- 18 NovRead more
Randolph High School seniors Noah Feldstein and Trevor Salvior are serving as youth co-chairs of the inaugural N.J. Walks for TS at Bergen on Saturday,
- 17 NovRead more
Continuing the 29-year tradition of recognizing exceptional advocates who have made extraordinary contributions to improving the lives of people with disabilities, the Community Health Law
- 11 NovRead more
The first annual NJ Walks for TS at Bergen will take place on Saturday, November 12 at Overpeck Park Amphitheater in Ridgefield Park. The event,
- 10 NovRead more
Noah Feldstein and Trevor Salvior are serving as youth co-chairs of the inaugural NJ Walks for TS at Bergen on November 12th. The event, which
- 08 NovRead more
NJ Walks for TS was founded for kids, by kids, to benefit kids across the state of New Jersey living with Tourette Syndrome. Tara Barr