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NJCTS News – May 2021

NJ Walks for TS; Camp FantasTIC; TS Awareness Day; May Virtual Programs; Upcoming Webinars; Year in Review

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Comedian Pamela Rae Schuller Headlines Activity-Packed Virtual Camp

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.

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In Memoriam: Faith W. Rice

Faith W. Rice, founder and past executive director of NJCTS, passed away on Monday, March 22.

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All Aboard the TS Train

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

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NJCTS News – March 2021

In This Issue: NJ Walks for TS; March Virtual Programs; Scholarship Application; Youth Advocate Featured in News; Snow Sculpture Winner; New Twitcha Merch

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NJCTS Receives Grant from FirstEnergy Foundation to Support Education Outreach

The $7,500 grant from the FirstEnergy Foundation will further NJCTS’s mission of educating the public, medical professionals, first responders, and teachers about TS.

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NJCTS Youth Advocate Joins Olympic Training Program

“TS will always be a part of me, but never all of me.” AnnaClaire Sems has been featured on News-12's Jersey Proud segment.

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NJCTS News – January 2021

In This Issue: Global Teen Summit; January Programs; Leadership Academy; Now Recruiting for Rutgers Virtual Support Group

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A Note From Our Executive Director

"I am excited about the new year and the prospects for our organization as we expand upon the legacy of our founder, Faith Rice."

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NJCTS Announces 2021 Program of Webinars

NJCTS has announced the topics of their Wednesday Webinars series for 2021 featuring presentations by leaders in the field of mental health and education.

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