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Click here to see all 2012 Tourette Association Conference Videos
Click here to see all 2014 Tourette Association Conference Videos - Special Parenting Track included

  • For those of you who missed our livestream event on Managing Executive Function for TS & Tic Disorders, you can view the videos here:

  • GETTING STARTED or NEWLY DIAGNOSED? - Click here for more infomation - including our "Getting Started" video.  This 4 hour web presentation (4 video segments, with slides) is an abbreviated version of an all day seminar at the Tourette Association's 2012 National Conference. Family viewers are urged to share this presentation with medical and allied professionals.

  • PSYCHOSOCIAL ISSUES - (Social Functioning; Associated Physical Health Issues; Receiving a Diagnosis
    of Tourette Syndrome)

  • RECORDED WEBINAR - Transitions to Independence - 02/24/15 Webinar Accompanied by Slides
    Presented by: Barbara J. Coffey, M.D., M.S., Chief, Tics and Tourette's Clinical and Research Program, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. 
    • Transitioning years of adolescence towards becoming independent (e.g. going to/coming back from college, starting a job after high school, etc.).
    • Stress and anxiety experienced by adolescents and families during these transition periods.
    • Strategies for parents, family members and individuals to help reduce and alleviate the stress and anxiety.  Click here.

  • CONTACT THE TOURETTE ASSOCIATION'S INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SPECIALISTS - 718-224-2999 or email - These Tourette Association staff members will help you find a Medical or Allied Professional (Counselor, Psychologist, Social Worker) who specializes in Tourette Syndrome - to confirm the diagnosis and  to advise you of available treatment options.  We'll send you a list of practitioners in your area.  We'll also send you a free packet which gives basic information about Tourette Syndrome.
  • JOIN theTourette Association - You'll become a member of both the national Tourette Association and your local chapter. Local chapter membership gives you support; Conferences, resources, family events, advocacy and more. Our national newsletter will keep you informed and involved, and our biennial National Conference, particularly the Newly Diagnosed Seminar, is not to be missed.
  • Click here for FREE downloadable publications for parents, children, families. Click here for videos and books.

  • EDUCATION - learn about Education strategies and Education Advocacy. You'll find many free articles, audio conferences, a place to send us your questions about Education, and more.

  • BULLYING PREVENTION RESOURCES - videos, audio, free articles

  • CHILDREN AND TEENS - View our free Children's Newsletter written by and for children; read "Victories!" - success stories about young people with Tourette Syndrome; free Children's stories; Youth Ambassador program.

  • FOR ADULTS - LIVING WITH TS - features FREE helpful articles, Family Portraits, and a Self Esteem video

  • ASK THE MAB - The Tourette Association's MAB (Medical Advisory Board) answers from our newsletter (searchable)

  • ASK THE EXPERT - Medical and Allied Professionals - columns from our newsletter (searchable)

    You should not rely on the information posted on this Web Site as a substitute for consultations with qualified health care professionals who are familiar with individual medical conditions and needs. The Tourette Association strongly recommends that care and treatment decisions related to Tourette Syndrome and any other medical condition be made in consultation with a patient's physician or other qualified health care professionals who are familiar with the specific individual's health situation.

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