Somerville-based NJCTS has been a leader in education, advocacy and research since 2004. The NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS), the nation’s first Center of Excellence dedicated toward helping individuals and families affected by the often devastating neurological disorder, is proud to announce that it is celebrating
For someone with TS, an encounter with law enforcement can be an extremely stressful situation because of the common misconceptions surrounding the disorder.
October is Bullying Prevention Month and the message of kindness and acceptance is being delivered within schools all across the country.
NJCTS Youth Advocate Riley Burke educates East Brunswick fifth graders about acceptance of differences during Bullying Prevention Month.
October is Bullying Prevention Month and throughout the state, NJCTS will be conducting Youth Advocate workshops, school and community presentations, in-services, and webinars with the theme of acceptance for all. Our Youth Advocate Program trains teens with TS to lead presentations to students and community groups about TS and associated
My friendship with Tim began when he played for the NY/NJ MetroStars MLS soccer team. He had moved into the position of starting goalie and wanted to go public with the fact that he had TS. We supported him in that effort, he began volunteering with NJCTS, joined our board
NJCTS has started a new feature on our website called: In Their Own Words. These stories will give you an opportunity to get to know some of our superstar volunteers, advocates and supporters and learn why and how they are involved with NJCTS. Our first profile is on volunteer Allen
Three NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy Alumni, Jake, Sam and Jordan, met up at the Stress Factory in New Brunswick over the weekend to see Samuel J. Comroe, finalist from America’s Got Talent, perform. They wore their Academy shirts and had an extra to present to the comedian. “He loved