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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.
Our families have been coming together and having fun in front of their computer with NJCTS for our weekly Game Night! It's a great opportunity…
Would you like it officially declared TS Awareness Day in YOUR hometown? It's simple. Write a letter to your mayor or state representative asking for…
In the news
- 22 MayRead more
Grace Reed, a junior at Jefferson Township High School, has started a vlog focusing on finding ways that writing can help benefit your mental health.
- 12 MayRead more
NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome provides programs and services for individuals and families during this uncertain time. The coronavirus pandemic is exacting a significant toll
- 16 AprRead more
NJCTS Youth Advocate Kyla featured in The Jefferson Chronicle. The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone—workers, parents, children. Perhaps one of the most affected groups is
- 14 AprRead more
This test was developed by Dr. Tischfield’s team at the repository that houses our TS collection. Congratulations to our longtime partners and friends at RU!
- 12 MarRead more
The goal of the presentation was to spread awareness about TS and its symptoms. For someone with TS, an encounter with law enforcement can be
- 06 MarRead more
NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders (NJCTS) are excited to announce that both Dietz & Watson and Black Bear Deli Brand have pledged
- 24 FebRead more
NJCTS Youth Advocate Jatin Nayyar, 17, of Morganville presented an introduction to Tourette Syndrome to a group of elementary school kids during an afterschool program