Meeting My Inspiration to Advocate

As an awkward 6th grader who was struggling with my disorder, seeing her on the stage speaking her mind truly inspired me. 

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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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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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“I finally felt that I was not alone.”

I am so thankful to NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome

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Tourette Syndrome PSA

NJCTS Advocates Call for a Stop to TS Stereotypes

Four young advocates tell their story in new PSAs for NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome

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Twitcha 2

Twitcha 2 is Now Available

After discovering her superpowers, Twitcha is starting to have doubts as a new villain causes her anxiety and depression to spin out of control.

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TS Train

All Aboard the TS Train

Dr. Bernard Maria was looking for just the right metaphor to describe a patient’s journey with Tourette Syndrome that even a young child could comprehend and give parents an illustration of what to expect. That was when he thought of the TS Train. Dr. Maria serves as chief of the

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Mental Health Month

In the Time of the Coronavirus Pandemic, Mental Health Has Never Mattered More

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

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