In addition to our clinicians and mentors, this year’s Virtual NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy, on August 6 and 7, will feature amazing special guests and performers who have all lived with Tourette Syndrome. Chad Juros is an international entertainer/speaker who is lucky enough to share his magic and motivational
On June 4, in honor of Tourette Syndrome Awareness Day, NJCTS presented sixteen scholarship awards to graduating New Jersey seniors. One of the top recipients was Samuel Regen, 18, of Robbinsville. Sam was awarded the Faith W. Rice Memorial Scholarship, named after NJCTS founder and former executive director, Faith Rice,
NJCTS Celebrates Tourette Awareness in New Jersey Honoring Scholarship Recipients, Fundraisers and Advocates
This is the first year the non-profit marked the occasion without founder Faith Rice.
Oliver Newhoff, 7, of Milford, Pennsylvania is the captain of his team for the 2021 NJ Walks for TS Virtual Walk.
A mental health advocate and stand-up comedian, Pamela’s stories of growing up in a body she had no control over are engaging, powerful, a little bit heart-wrenching, and unapologetically funny.
Dr. Bernard Maria was looking for just the right metaphor to describe a patient’s journey with Tourette Syndrome that even a young child could comprehend and give parents an illustration of what to expect. That was when he thought of the TS Train. Dr. Maria serves as chief of the