Small Grants Programs

The Small Grants Program is a program under the TAA’s partnership with the CDC. This funding allows for TAA Chapters, Support Groups, and Centers of Excellence an opportunity to host outreach and education activities about Tourette Syndrome within their communities. 

If you are an active TAA Chapter, Support Group or Center of Excellence and are interested in learning more or applying, please contact

Funding for these events are made possible in part by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government

Check out some of the previously awarded projects:

Tourette Connections Virtual Webinar Series

The TAA Wisconsin Chapter hosted a virtual webinar series in place of their annual Tourette Connections conference. This FREE live webinar series is appropriate for those with tics or Tourette Syndrome, family members, professionals, and friends.

Baylor College of Medicine Parkinson’s Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic Webinar Series on TS

The Baylor College of Medicine Parkinson’s Disease Center and Movement Disorders Clinic, TAA Center of Excellence, is pleased to host a three-part webinar series that sheds light on the educational, emotional and medical aspects of Tourette Syndrome.

University of Rochester: The First Encounter: Evidence-Based Assessment, Diagnosis, and Management of Tic Disorders for Primary Care Providers

A series of short videos address topics such as: recognition/diagnosis of tics; evidence-based management of tic disorders and co-occurring conditions; social, educational, and lifespan issues.

New York University – Hassenfeld’s Children’s Hospital at New York

This interactive webinar series focuses on students with Tourette Syndrome and ADHD. Held in conjunction with Hassenfeld’s Children’s Hospital at New York University, the webinars explore the academic impact of TS, ADHD and Learning Disorders, school-related impairments, as well as developing organizational, time management, and planning skills.