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Neeta Elementary School Principal named 2015 NJCTS Educator of the Year

Nominated by Jen Heicklen and her daughters, Anna and Ava, Carole Ramage was chosen as this year’s winner by the NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome Principal Carole Ramage of Neeta Elementary School in Medford Lakes, NJ continues to be a source… Continue Reading

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Congressman Donald Norcross Joins NJ Walks for TS Honorary Committee

The first NJ Walks for TS advocacy event in South Jersey has a champion in Congressman Donald Norcross (D-1) who will serve on the event’s Honorary Committee. NJ Walks for TS at Medford Lakes will take place on Sunday, Sept.… Continue Reading

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NJ Walks for TS Honorary Committee Welcomes Senator Whelan and Assemblyman Mazzeo

Senator Jim Whelan (D-2) and Assemblyman Vincent Mazzeo (D-2) have joined the Honorary Committee of the first 5K walk and family fun run in the region to benefit local children and families with Tourette Syndrome. NJ Walks for TS at… Continue Reading

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Moms on a Mission Bring NJ Walks for TS to South Jersey

Jen Heicklen and Maureen Faber have a lot in common. They both own local businesses—Jen and her husband Steve own Jersey Pools and Spas and Maureen owns Medford Fitness. They both support their community. They both have children. But what… Continue Reading

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South Jersey sisters, mom raise awareness for Tourette Syndrome

By: Celeste E. Whittaker, @cp_CWhittaker Courier-Post Jen Heicklen has seen a huge difference in her daughters’ confidence levels since they started talking about the disorder they share. Getting up and talking in front of classrooms across the state about Tourette syndrome… Continue Reading

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Ask Dr. Ticcy: My Child Won’t Go to School

Dr. Ticcy is a pseudonym for the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada National Office, which draws on information from experts across Canada and beyond to answer questions from the TS community. Please send your questions to tsfc@tourette.ca with the salutation “Dear Dr. Ticcy.” Dr… Continue Reading

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Remembering Dr. Oliver Sacks

Dr. Oliver Sacks worked much of his life to unravel mysteries of Tourette Syndrome, Autism, and Parkinson’s. NJCTS was honored to have Dr. Sacks speak at our very first gala in 2001. He was a truly gifted individual who will… Continue Reading