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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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Cresskill students get lessons about Tourette Syndrome from NJCTS Youth Advocates

NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome’s (NJCTS) Youth Advocates inspired, educated and spread awareness about Tourette Syndrome to a total of 1800 Cresskill, N.J., students from May 11 through May 15, as part of a weeklong TS awareness campaign in the… Continue Reading

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Youth Advocates continue to spread the word about Tourette Syndrome across New Jersey!

Congratulations to NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) Youth Advocate Mike Hayden, who spoke with confidence and elegance about Tourette Syndrome to more than 200 third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders at the Bryan Elementary School in Cresskill, N.J.,… Continue Reading

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NJCTS discusses Tourette Syndrome at Centenary College Abilities Day

HACKETTSTOWN — Spreading awareness of Tourette Syndrome and providing world-class resources is at the heart of the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome’s (NJCTS) mission. This month, NJCTS took part in Abilities Day at Centenary College in Hackettstown. Myself and… Continue Reading