The Empowerment Advocacy Series

NJCTS is introducing five new interactive information sessions for parents and children that are designed to give families the knowledge and skills they need to advocate today, tomorrow and every day.

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Back to School with NJCTS

Virtual or in-person, go back to school with NJCTS! We are here to provide education and advocacy for all levels school.

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Twitcha face mask

Twitcha Face Masks Are Now Available!

Help support NJCTS' education outreach program by purchasing your  face mask in the Twitcha store.

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TS Summit Attended by Teens from Across the World

The fully virtual event was held in conjunction with the annual NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy.

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NJCTS webinars

NJCTS Announces Program of Webinars for Fall

NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders (NJCTS) has announced their remaining webinars for the year featuring topics of interest for parents of children with mental health disorders and other learning or social special needs. August 12: Assistive Technology to Help with Anxiety with Matt Dennion, tech guru and

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NJCTS Global TS Teen Summit

Inviting all teens ages 14 to 19 diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome to the first ever NJCTS Global TS Teen Summit, August 7 – 8, 2020. Because the NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy* is being held virtually this year, it gives us the opportunity to open some of the educational sessions to teens

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Hats Off to Marty!

Martha “Marty” Butterfield has worn many hats with NJCTS. (She’s even eaten her hat when she lost a bet. It was chocolate, of course.) Now she is permanently taking off her NJCTS hat and retiring. But let’s take a moment to remember all the roles she played in the last

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NJ Walks for TS Youth Advocate Sofia

Trabilcy Tackles Tourette II Soars in Fundraising

NJCTS Youth Advocate Sofia leads one of the top fundraising teams for the NJ Walks for TS Virtual Walks.

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Youth Advocate Ben Mars Spreads TS Awareness

Many of those with Tourette Syndrome use TS Awareness Month as an opportunity to open a discussion about the commonly misunderstood neurological disorder. One of those advocates is Ben Mars of Teaneck.

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