National Authority to Advise Professionals on Identifying Signs, Symptoms of Tourette Syndrome

Healthcare, Education, Psychology Professionals Invited to Attend Grand Rounds Session at St. Mary Hospital, Hoboken, NJ on December 13 from 9-10:30 am   The Tourette Syndrome Association of NJ and St. Mary Hospital, Hoboken, NJ are hosting Grand Rounds. Dr. Dorothy Grice, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey,

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National Experts to Advise Professionals on Identifying Signs, Symptoms of Tourette Syndrome

Medical, Mental Health and Education Professionals Invited to Join Grand Rounds at Three New Jersey Hospitals   According to the National Institutes of Health, the occurrence of Tourette Syndrome (TS) in the general population may be as high as 1 in 200— or 28,000 children and youth in New Jersey

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National Authority to Advise Professionals on Identifying Signs, Symptoms of Tourette Syndrome

Healthcare, Education, Psychology Professionals Invited to Attend Grand Rounds Session at Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ on November 16 from 12 noon-1:30 pm The Tourette Syndrome Association of NJ and Bergen Regional Medical Center, Paramus, NJ are hosting Grand Rounds. Dr. Cathy Budman, Director of the Movement Disorders Program

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Renowned Expert Dr. Anthony L. Rostain to Advise Professionals on Identifying Signs, Symptoms of Tourette Syndrome

Healthcare, Education, Psychology Professionals Invited to Attend Grand Rounds Session at Trinitas Hospital, November 7 from 10-1pm     According to the National Institutes of Health, the incidence of Tourette Syndrome (TS) in the general population may be as high as 1 in 200—or 28,000 children and adults in New

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World Renowned Experts to Advise Professionals on Identifying Signs, Symptoms of Tourette Syndrome

Medical and Education Professionals Invited to Join Grand Rounds at Four New Jersey Hospitals   SOMERVILLE, NJ – According to the National Institutes of Health, the occurrence of Tourette Syndrome (TS) in the general population may be as high as 1 in 200—or 28,000 children and youth in New Jersey

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New Jersey To Be Home For World’s First Shared Genetics Resource for Tourette Syndrome Research

Renowned Geneticist Leads Program to Benefit TS Researchers Worldwide   The bad news: Tourette Syndrome (TS) is a misunderstood and often misdiagnosed condition—and in children it is often the cause of years of academic and social struggles.   The worse news is that the disorder is much more widespread than

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Tourette Advocates: A “Little” Budget Cut Could Bleed Us Dry

Tourette Advocates: A “Little” Budget Cut Could Bleed Us Dry   BY JOHN MOONEY Star-Ledger Staff   It’s one line in the state budget book, about halfway down a list of grants being cut in Gov. Jon Corzine’s controversial spending plan for next year.   Tourette Syndrome Association of New

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Y Hosts Campers With Tourette’s Children Afflicted With Syndrome Enjoy Outing At YMCA Camp Bernie

By MEGAN ZARODA   PORT MURRAY | For Dean Roncati and 100 other children with Tourette’s syndrome, this weekend wasn’t just about fun.   It had a real purpose.   “I come to help people know that Tourette’s is a big thing,” said the 12-year-old from Haworth, N.J.   Roncati

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Tourette Syndrome Association of New Jersey (TSANJ) Announces Awards for Outstanding Professionals and Students

At the Tourette Syndrome Association of New Jersey, Inc. (TSANJ) dinner held earlier this month, the association celebrated their best year yet: calls to their helpline increased by 1000%, more people than ever before attended their support groups and educational workshops, and they successfully launched the New Jersey Center for

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