Dr. Calvert F. Cazier talks about the importance of resiliency when living with Tourette Syndrome. Dr. Cazier believes that resiliency can be taught and can be learned -- and can help lead to a happier life.
Shannon Bennett, Ph.D. for Cornell Weill Medical College provides an overview of co-occurring disorders that are common with Tourette Syndrome. She discusses Pediatric OCD, Anxiety & Depression and ADHD.
This article explains coprolalia pronounced cop-row-lahl-ya)—one of the most baffling and socially unacceptable symptoms of Tourette Syndrome (TS). TS is an inherited disorder which develops in childhood, and affects people of all races and cultures. Symptoms include motor and vocal tics. Vocal tics are the utterance of noises, words and sometimes unacceptable language. Motor tics involve involuntary movements of the body.