Mankato , MN 56001
The Tourette Association of America Minnesota Chapter is a volunteer led, nonprofit organization supporting the needs of individuals and families affected by Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders. We are committed to raising public awareness and fostering social acceptance; advancing scientific understanding, treatment options and care; educating professionals to better serve the needs of children, adults and families challenged by Tourette and Tic Disorders; advocating for public policies and services that promote positive school, work and social environments; Providing help, hope and a supportive community across the nation; and empowering our community to deal with the complexities of this spectrum of disorders.
Join us July 30-August 2, 2020 in Brainerd, Minnesota. This is camp is designed to bring families together with other families that are experiencing the same struggles and celebrations that are related to Tourette Syndrome. We work with the family as a whole, we will enjoy activities such as fishing, swimming, hayrides, support groups and creating life long friendships.
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Support groups provide individuals with Tourette, parents of children with Tourette, as well as friends and relatives an opportunity to:
- share information and resources;
- talk about challenges, opportunities, questions and concerns;
- learn about physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists and other medical providers who are familiar with diagnosing and treating Tourette;
- exchange ideas about managing Tourette at home, at school or at work
- meet and connect with other people in the Tourette community
- develop a support network with people who “get it” and understand your situation.
We are in the process of setting up monthly zoom meetings for support, we are exploring this option to reach more people. Please check back for updates.
Want to start a new parent support group or PACTS (Parent Advocates for Children with Tourette Syndrome) in your community? We invite people to start their own support groups in your community. If interested and want help getting started, please contact Abbie Anderson @ 651-212-4711.
The TAA Youth Ambassador Program brings together, trains and supports teens to advocate for and talk about Tourette and Tic Disorders in their community, with their elected officials and before their peers at school, sports leagues, scout troops, camps and after-school programs. Learn More
The TAA conducts in-service presentations around the state with various schools on an as needed basis. It can make a tremendous difference in your child’s academic experience to have the school staff educated about the many facets of TS. Learn More