Montville sixth- and seventh-graders get lessons about Tourette Syndrome from NJCTS Youth Advocates Tess and Tara
More than 600 sixth and seventh graders at Robert R. Lazar Middle School in Montville, NJ learned about Tourette Syndrome and about treating others with respect after NJCTS Youth Advocate Tess Kowalski’s recent presentation. The students welcomed their classmate Kyle to the front of the room to answer some questions
The NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders, Inc. (NJCTS) is proud to announce the return of Asurion as the Presenting Sponsor for the first NJ Walks For TS at Bergen on Saturday, November 12, a day set aside to stand up for acceptance, awareness and advocacy on behalf
It’s obvious that Brennan Skirzenski has a bright future ahead. When he’s not running or fencing, the West Morris Mendham Regional High School sophomore is talking to friends and neighbors throughout his home town to support the North Jersey leg of NJ Walks for TS. It’s a cause that’s personal
Several generations of Tourette Syndrome supporters gathered together to make this year’s South Jersey leg of the NJ Walks for TS program unforgettable. From babies to grandparents, each person among the swarm of orange T-shirts was there for the same reason: a child they love is living with Tourette Syndrome.
Our hats are off to South Jersey TS dad, Scott Baldwin, for organizing the first Pub Crawl to benefit NJCTS! We are so grateful to the 29 supporters who raised a glass (or two) in support of the TS community. Thank you, thank you!
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2016 NJ Walks for TS at Medford Lakes in support of the Tourette Syndrome community! We want to thank Horizon Services, P.J. Whelihan’s Pub & Restaurant, Jersey Pools and Spas, Medford Fitness, Kazmierski Orthodontics, Jet Line Products, Virtua,Elkins Chevrolet, Summerville Construction,
NJ Walks for TS, a 5K walk and family fun run to benefit children with Tourette Syndrome is coming to Bergen County. The North Jersey leg of the statewide advocacy event originated in Morris County, but due to demand from local families, the NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome (NJCTS) will
In this workshop, you will receive valuable training on a variety of school support options for your child including 504, IEP, I&RS, and decision making and advocacy strategies.