NJCTS is Accepting Applications for the Tim Howard Leadership Academy

Applications are currently being accepted for the annual NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy, an intensive four-day program promoting self-empowerment, self-leadership, and resilience for teens living with Tourette Syndrome. The participants, ranging in age from 15 to 17, will train and house at the Busch Engineering, Science and Technology Building on

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NJCTS News – January 2020

Our New Logo and Look; NJ Walks for TS; NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy; New Education Outreach Video; Upcoming Youth Advocate Workshops; Scholarship Opportunity; Participate in TS Research

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NJCTS Celebrates 15th Anniversary with Creation of New Logo and Fresh Brand

For the past 15 years, NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome (NJCTS), has been providing support and services to families and individuals living with Tourette Syndrome (TS) and its associated mental health disorders. In recognition of the anniversary and the thousands of people touched, the organization has announced a brand change.

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Nominate a Teacher for Educator of the Year

NJCTS is seeking nominations for the NJCTS Educator of the Year Award. The award will go to an educator in New Jersey who has made a significant difference in the life of a child with Tourette Syndrome. Deadline is April 10.

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Congressman Albio Sires Presented with Award of Excellence from NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome

PISCATAWAY (December 9, 2019) – NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS), the nation’s first Center of Excellence dedicated to helping individuals and families affected by the often devastating neurological disorder, presented an Award of Excellence to Congressman Albio Sires (D-8) on the Busch Campus of Rutgers University

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NJCTS News – November 2019

Our 15th anniversary; getting to know new staff members; Educator of the Year award; Faith’s story

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Nation’s First Center of Excellence for Tourette Syndrome Celebrates 15th Anniversary

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

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NJCTS Youth Advocate Paige Kowalski Speaks to Law Enforcement About Tourette Syndrome

For someone with TS, an encounter with law enforcement can be an extremely stressful situation because of the common misconceptions surrounding the disorder.

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Youth Advocate Dominic Dominguez educates Fair Lawn students about acceptance of others

October is Bullying Prevention Month and the message of kindness and acceptance is being delivered within schools all across the country. 

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Bedminster Teen with TS Speaks About Anti-Bullying

NJCTS Youth Advocate Riley Burke educates East Brunswick fifth graders about acceptance of differences during Bullying Prevention Month.

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