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Where Are They Now? – Adyan Khondker

Hi! My name is Adyan Khondker, a rising junior (class of 2026) at Rutgers University. I was formerly only scarcely involved in NJCTS as a

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NJCTS News – May 2024

TS Awareness Month; NJ Walks for TS; May Programs; 2023 Year in Review; On the Blog; The Latest UpTic Episodes

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Where Are They Now? – Mason Esposito

My name is Mason Esposito (they/them), and I was the 2015 NJCTS scholarship recipient, former coach for the Tim Howard Leadership Academy, and a recent

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Where Are They Now? – Sara Deuidicibus

My name is Sara Deuidicibus and I received a scholarship from NJCTS my senior year of high school to help fund my college studies. I

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2023 Year In Review

From camp and Academy, to outreach and research, catch up on all of last year’s highlights and accomplishments in our recently published Year in Review.

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Executive Director Update

The Board of Trustees have appointed our Finance and Human Resources Director, Santina Reichenbach as Acting Executive Director and have begun steps to identify our

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Claudia Lijo Recognized for “Courage and Compassion” by NJAMHAA 

NJCTS’s Education Outreach Coordinator presented with Champion of Direct Care Award for her work with families in the Tourette Syndrome community.

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Where Are They Now? – Connor Staine

Hi. My name is Connor Staine. I originally became involved with NJCTS through my dad. Once I was diagnosed (age 10) we became aware of

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Remembering Patricia Phillips

It is with a heavy heart that we relay the news that our Executive Director, Patricia Phillips, passed away on March 20.

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Where Are They Now? – Paul W. Rothlauf

My name is Paul W. Rothlauf, and I was an honorable-mention recipient of 2013 NJCTS Children’s Scholarship Award. Since receiving this award, I attended Rowan

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NJCTS News – March 2024

20th Anniversary; NJ Walks for TS; March Programs; Scholarships and Awards; The Latest UpTic Episodes

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Celebrating 20 Years of Education, Advocacy, and Research

NJCTS is celebrating our 20th anniversary of serving the Tourette Syndrome community! Learn more about our history and upcoming plans.

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