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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 these individuals 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.
Saturday, February 27 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is a wonderful opportunity for parents of children, teens, and young adults with Tourette Syndrome to…
NJCTS' largest fundraising event. Join us!
Presented by Lesley Geyer Executive function is a set of mental skills that include working memory, flexible thinking, and self-control. We use these skills every day…
Hightstown High School
Presented by Dr. Marla Deibler Stop Making That Noise! A Discussion of Misophonia April 22, 2021 at 3 p.m. Misophonia is characterized by a sensitivity…
In the news
- 01 FebRead more
The $7,500 grant from the FirstEnergy Foundation will further NJCTS’s mission of educating the public, medical professionals, first responders, and teachers about TS.
- 29 JanRead more
“TS will always be a part of me, but never all of me.” AnnaClaire Sems has been featured on News-12's Jersey Proud segment.
- 07 DecRead more
The Rutgers Tourette Syndrome Clinic is offering a 10-week, group-based program that aims to help teens build resilience and develop the skills necessary to better
- 23 NovRead more
Faith W. Rice, founder and executive director of NJCTS, has announced her retirement at the end of 2020.
- 19 OctRead more
NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated disorders recently received a $2,000 grant from Investors Foundation. The grant will help further NJCTS’s mission of providing
- 29 SepRead more
You’re not alone. Here is one mom’s advice.