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Our connection with Tim Howard & NJCTS … in print!

Hi everyone! Some of you may have seen this article on CentralJersey.com last week that talked about “a mother’s connection between her children and a soccer legend.” I just wanted to share with you the e-mail I sent the reporter that… Continue Reading

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NJ Walks for TS at Princeton is right around the corner!

Here is a blog post from our daughter, Tess, who is helping us and the NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) put on the 1st NJ Walks for TS at Princeton on Sunday, April 6: A few… Continue Reading

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Help us raise TS awareness by supporting NJ Walks for TS at Princeton

The following post is from our daughter, Tess, who wrote this today on the Teens4TS blog. Thank you for reading this, for supporting her, for supporting the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) and for supporting… Continue Reading

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Still thinking about the success of the Mendham Walk

Its less than 2 weeks out from the 4th annual NJ Walks for TS at Mendham and I’m still thinking about the impressive turnout and what a wonderful time I had. As the proud father of two daughters with TS,… Continue Reading

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Still thinking about Camp Bernie

It has been just over a month since my family and I attended the annual NJCTS Family Retreat Weekend at Camp Bernie for the 5th time, and I am still thinking about the experience. Every year, I look forward to… Continue Reading

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Support HR 146 — proposed Tourette Syndrome legislation!!!

As a scientist and father of 2 kids with Tourette Syndrome, I’m often pretty frustrated with the state of our understanding of the causes of Tourette and its frequency within the general population, and with the limited treatment options available.… Continue Reading

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Supportive sisters

We have two wonderful daughters, both of whom have Tourette Syndrome (ages 13 and 9). After several years of homeschooling both, our younger daughter, Paige, decided that she wanted to go to the local public school. Besides all the thoughts… Continue Reading

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Making a difference in people’s lives is better than getting thank-you’s

Our daughter, Tess, recently spoke at a “Celebrate Uniqueness” Day in South Brunswick, and she just received a PILE of thank-you cards with sentiments such as: “I didn’t realize people with these type of disabilities suffered a lot from other people… Continue Reading

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Educating about TS: It’s amazing what can be accomplished!

Last week, I proudly watched my daughter Tess give a presentation on her life with Tourette Syndrome to a high school class in South Brunswick. I was amazed at her poise, confidence and desire to educate others about TS. The… Continue Reading

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Let’s get the word out about an important Tourette Syndrome bill in Congress!

As a father of two children with TS, I am reaching out to other parents of children with TS to help support a first-of-its kind legislation that would amend the Public Health Service Act to provide for the expansion, intensification… Continue Reading