Robbinsville’s Sam Regen Recognized with Youth Achievement Award for His Advocacy Work

On April 17, The New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics held their Ninth Annual New Jersey Children’s Ball at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset, NJ, where they recognized doctors who are making a genuine difference in the lives of children.  Also among the honorees, was

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For women, Tourette’s syndrome means added burdens

From the Philadelphia Inquirer. Featuring NJCTS families and advocates.

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Readington Township gymnast advocates for Tourette Syndrome awareness

As many as one in 100 children and adults live with Tourette Syndrome (TS) or another tic disorder, including 10-year-old Sofia Trabilcy of Readington Township.

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Spotswood Police Department And Spotswood PBA Partner With Nicholas’ Trek With Tourettes

The Spotswood Police Department and the Spotswood PBA Local 225 is partnering with Nicholas’ Trek with Tourettes to host a walk on Saturday, May 18. Nicholas has set a goal to reach $3000 for the 2019 walk.

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NJCTS and Virtua Health to Host Childhood Mental Health Symposium for Health and Education Professionals

The Childhood Mental Health Symposium has been rescheduled for the Fall of 2019.

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NJCTS Scholarship

Is your child a senior in a New Jersey high school? Have they been diagnosed with TS? Then they qualify for the NJCTS Scholarship Program! Make sure you get your applications in before the April 5 deadline!

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Fair Haven Teen to Shave His Head for Tourette Awareness

Youth Advocate Jacob Gerbman landed the role of Uncle Fester in The Addams Family and is using the opportunity to raise money and awareness.

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NJCTS News – February 2019

Become a Walk captain; Applications due for Academy; Scholarship application available; Save the Date for the Childhood Mental Health Symposium

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Federal CARE Act for Tourette Syndrome Reintroduced by NJ Congressman Albio Sires

New Jersey Congressman Albio Sires [D-NJ-8], a longtime supporter of NJCTS, has reintroduced bill H.R. 1131, Collaborative Academic Research Efforts (CARE) for Tourette Syndrome, into Congress. The bill seeks to “amend the Public Health Service Act to provide for the expansion, intensification, and coordination of the programs and activities of the National

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