NJCTS Announces Program of Webinars for Fall 2022

NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders (NJCTS) has announced their next three webinars featuring topics of interest for parents of children with mental health disorders and other learning or social special needs. September 14: Understanding Executive Function Concerns in Tourette Syndrome and Related Disorders with Richard Gallagher, PhD,

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NJCTS News – July

Scholarship Winners; Camp FantasTIC; Youth Advocate of the Year; Leaving a Legacy; Good Bye Kelley; July Programs

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Back to School with NJCTS

Virtual or in-person, go back to school with NJCTS! We are here to provide education and advocacy for all levels of school.

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First Faith W. Rice Legacy Award Presented to Jay Tischfield

Dr. Tischfield was already a well-established leader in genetics research when Faith Rice walked into his office at Rutgers University. 

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Annual Awards and Scholarship Luncheon

NJCTS awarded college scholarships and celebrated our top professionals, walk teams, Youth Advocate of the Year, and our very first Faith W. Rice Legacy Award Winner.

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AnnaClaire Sems Named Youth Advocate of the Year

“I educated children on what Tourette Syndrome is, what it looks like, and how it feels." Youth Advocate heads to UNC in the Fall.

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Kyla Butler Awarded Faith Rice Memorial Scholarship

Butler was awarded the Faith W. Rice Memorial Scholarship, named after NJCTS founder and former executive director.

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Youth Advocate Sofia ‘Tackles Tourette’ for Fourth Year

Sofia Trabilcy is well on her way to reaching her $5,000 goal and exceeding every other walk team.

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Dr. Marla Deibler Named Health Care Professional of the Year by NJCTS

NJCTS has awarded the 2022 Health Professional of the Year to Dr. Marla Deibler, Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Emotional Health.

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Kelley Teabo Set to Leave NJCTS

It is with great sadness we announce that Kelley Teabo will be leaving NJCTS as the end of June.

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