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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.
The NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy is designed to develop self-leadership, advocacy skills, and resilience in teens with Tourette Syndrome (TS) and its associated disorders.…
The fall is a busy time of year so we wanted to end the summer with a special gathering for our NJCTS families. Bring your…
In the news
- 21 Jun
Princeton’s Charles Griebell and Belle Mead’s Hallie Hoffman Earn Top Scholarship and Youth Advocate of the Year HonorsRead more
NJCTS presented twelve scholarships to graduating New Jersey seniors, including Charles Griebell, 18, of Princeton and Hallie Hoffman, 18, of Belle Mead.
- 12 Jun
Joint Resolution Passes NJ Senate as NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome Celebrates Tourette Awareness at the State HouseRead more
Members of the Senate and General Assembly helped NJCTS recognize Youth Scholarship winners, Youth Advocates of the Year and top fundraisers in a ceremony prior
- 31 MayRead more
On May 21, Ethan Lederman, 17, of Howell, and his mother, Tracy Lederman, presented to the New Jersey State Senate at the State House in
- 18 MayRead more
On Thursday, May 17, Amanda Silvers and Charles Griebell sat in front of the New Jersey State Assembly’s Health Committee and urged them to pass
- 15 MayRead more
World-renowned goalkeeper Tim Howard reaffirms his commitment to improving the lives of individuals with Tourette Syndrome by continuing his appointment as a member of the
- 01 May
Appleby Elementary School Student Rallies Family and Teachers in Support of Tourette Syndrome AwarenessRead more
Saturday, April 28 wasn’t just an ordinary family fun day. Nine-year-old Nicholas DeLieto of Spotswood and his family were on a mission. Clad in blue
- 27 AprRead more
Paradise Knoll Elementary School student Jameson Dougherty rallies family, friends and teachers to walk at South Mountain Reservation.
- 24 AprRead more
A North Brunswick Township High School student is following in the footsteps of her idol. Senior Ally Abad will participate in the NJ Walks for