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NJCTS News – May 2022

TS Awareness – Tim Howard Leadership Academy – NJ Walks for TS Update – Youth Advocate Presentation Training – Wednesday Webinar – May Programs – Year in Review

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Stephanie Logan Awarded Educator of the Year for Service to Tourette Syndrome Students

NJCTS has awarded the 2022 Educator of the Year to Stephanie Logan, Director of Special Services at Mantua Township Public Schools.

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NJ Walks for TS Youth Advocate Sofia

Sofia’s Advice on Advocacy – Join the Walk!

NJ Walks for TS is the perfect time to spread awareness for TS in your community.

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Teen Rock Band Headlines Camp FantasTIC

The Green Planet is “Recycling Rock n’ Roll One Song at a Time”. NJCTS is proud to announce the family band, The Green Planet will be playing at this year’s Camp FantasTIC at Black Rock Retreat in June.  The Green Planet band plays classic rock n’ roll covers with amazing technique and

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NJCTS News – March 2022

NJ Walks for TS; Wednesday Webinar; Scholarship Deadline; Nominations Open; March Programs

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tourette sydrome scholarship

Scholarship Application is Available Now

All New Jersey high school seniors with a Tourette or tic disorder diagnosis are eligible for an NJCTS Scholarship. Deadline is March 16!

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NJCTS News – January 2022

Happy New Year; Leadership Academy Application is Live; Camp FantasTIC Registration Deadline; January Programs; NYU Langone Collaboration

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NYU Langone Child Study Center

New Collaboration Between NJCTS and NYU Langone Allows Families to Access Care at Reduced Rate

Program was designed to provide increased education, support, and treatment options to families affected by TS in New Jersey.

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Leadership Academy

Download an Application for the Tim Howard Leadership Academy

Designed to develop self-leadership, advocacy skills, and resilience in teens with Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders. 

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“I finally felt that I was not alone.”

I am so thankful to NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome

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