Rutgers’ Tess Kowalski Awarded Faith Rice Memorial Scholarship

Kowalski, a Rutgers graduate student studying neuroscience, has been a TS advocate since she was 12.

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Pediatric Neurologist, Dr. Naomi Lubarr, Named Healthcare Professional of the Year

NJCTS has awarded the 2023 Health Professional of the Year to Dr. Naomi Lubarr, a Pediatric Neurologist at  Hackensack University Medical Center.

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Matawan Regional High School Teacher Awarded Educator of the Year

NJCTS has awarded the 2023 Educator of the Year to Jennifer Wishnick, a special education teacher at Matawan Regional High School in Aberdeen.

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2022 Year in Review is Available Online

Take a look back on the year of a return to normalcy, from education outreach presentations to family get-togethers at Camp.

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Mantua Township Schools get an Education in TS as Part of Abilities Awareness Week

Colin Deibler & Anna Baldwin presented an introduction to TS to over 750 students in Mantua Township School’s Abilities Awareness Week.

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NJCTS News – May 2023

NJ Walks for TS; TS Awareness Month; Video Sneak Peek; May Programs; Webinars on YouTube

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Teachers Receive Tourette Syndrome Training from NJCTS

NJCTS staff presented to faculty at the Forest Avenue School in Verona where a student has recently been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome.

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Sponsors Step Up for Walk

Statewide Campaign Raises Money and Awareness for Tourette Syndrome Education, Advocacy and Research

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NJCTS News – March 2023

NJ Walks for TS; Adult Meet-Up; Award Season; March Programs; Leadership Academy; On the Blog

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Youth Advocate Educates Glen Ridge Students about TS

Youth Advocate Peter Pendell answered the call to present at Ridgewood Avenue School for one of their students with TS: Sam.

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