Inviting all teens ages 14 to 19 diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome to the first ever NJCTS Global TS Teen Summit, August 7 – 8, 2020. Because the NJCTS Tim Howard Leadership Academy* is being held virtually this year, it gives us the opportunity to open some of the educational sessions to teens
Martha “Marty” Butterfield has worn many hats with NJCTS. (She’s even eaten her hat when she lost a bet. It was chocolate, of course.) Now she is permanently taking off her NJCTS hat and retiring. But let’s take a moment to remember all the roles she played in the last
Second Grade Teacher went above and beyond for student adjusting to a life with Tourette Syndrome. NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders has awarded the 2020 Educator of the Year to Tara Loughlin, a second grade teacher at Wemrock Brook School in Manalapan. Loughlin was nominated by Tracy
To mark the occasion of June 4 as Tourette Syndrome Awareness Day in New Jersey, NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome and Associated Disorders (NJCTS) celebrated with a virtual awards ceremony were they awarded college scholarships, recognized the top walk teams, awarded the Youth Advocates of the Year, and announced the
Grace Reed, a junior at Jefferson Township High School, has started a vlog focusing on finding ways that writing can help benefit your mental health.
NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome provides programs and services for individuals and families during this uncertain time. The coronavirus pandemic is exacting a significant toll on everyone from the physical symptoms, anxiety about the risk of contracting the virus, worry about loved ones, job-related stress (in some cases, reduced hours
NJCTS Youth Advocate Kyla featured in The Jefferson Chronicle. The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone—workers, parents, children. Perhaps one of the most affected groups is students who have learning challenges.