Appleby Elementary School Student Rallies Family and Teachers in Support of Tourette Syndrome Awareness
Saturday, April 28 wasn’t just an ordinary family fun day. Nine-year-old Nicholas DeLieto of Spotswood and his family were on a mission. Clad in blue NJ Walks for TS t-shirts the family spent the day bringing awareness to Tourette Syndrome and supporting NJCTS.
Paradise Knoll Elementary School student Jameson Dougherty rallies family, friends and teachers to walk at South Mountain Reservation.
A North Brunswick Township High School student is following in the footsteps of her idol. Senior Ally Abad will participate in the NJ Walks for TS event to bring awareness to Tourette syndrome (TS) in honor of Tim Howard, a fellow North Brunswick native and United States men’s national soccer
SOMERVILLE (March 28, 2018) – Jatin Nayyar of Morganville is a busy guy. The 15-year-old Ranney School sophomore plays tennis, soccer and basketball. And when he’s not playing sports, he’s involved with the Diversity Club and the Tri-M Music Honor Society. But despite his busy schedule, he’s advocating on behalf
Governor Phil Murphy said he will expand New Jersey’s medical-marijuana rules to add pain, anxiety, migraines and other chronic conditions as eligible for prescriptions.
Each year since 2004, NJCTS has offered the NJCTS Youth Scholarship to graduating New Jersey high school seniors in public or private school who have been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome and will be attending a college, university, or trade school in the fall after their graduation from high school. Winners
Teens will take questions from a worldwide audience during February 22 online event. The NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) will host their next “Ask The GreaTS” live chat on Thursday, February 22 at 7 p.m. eastern time. The goal of the approximately one hour session is