Did you know that the Tourette Association has numerous FREE educational resources for all of those affected by Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders? These resources include:

  • Tool-kits for families, providers, educators, children, young adults, and law enforcement
  • Free webinars
  • Online support groups
  • Educational videos for all constituents on our YouTube channel

There are a ton of resources to choose from, and we are happy to help you navigate through them all.

Watch this free webinar where members of the TAA Health Education department share with you all of the resources we have to help navigate life with Tourette Syndrome.

Speakers:

Angela Sullivan, MPH is the Medical Project Specialist of the Tourette Association.

In this role she coordinates both the medical program, as well as CBIT workshops for practitioners and various allied health professionals to learn about the diagnosis and treatment of Tourette Syndrome. In addition, she organizes the national webinar series, oversees the online support groups and assists in the programming of other CDC funded projects.

Angela is passionate about education and supporting others. Through this lense, she aims to continue combating misnomers about TS and spreading awareness and understanding in both the general public and among health care professionals.

Prior to joining the Tourette Association of America, Angela worked in collaboration with Northeastern University, Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Center for Youth and families as Project Manager for the Family Gym program; a free, weekly play program that promoted physical activity for children ages 3-8 and their families in underserved communities of Boston.

Angela received a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Science from Springfield College and went on to receive a Master’s in Public Health from Northeastern University.

Chelsea Tollner, MPH is the Director of Outreach and Education of the Tourette Association. Within this role, Chelsea manages the Tourette Health and Education Program (THEP), which focuses on the organization’s pillar of education and awareness initiatives. Chelsea serves as the Principal Investigator of a cooperative agreement, which the CDC has awarded the TAA for the last 15 years to assist with programmatic funding for Tourette Syndrome.

With an extensive national travel schedule, Chelsea works tirelessly to continue the Association’s education efforts and explores creative ways to increase TS education and outreach efforts across the country.

Prior to joining the Tourette Association of America, she managed the rape crisis centers for Suffolk County, Long Island, NY. Chelsea received her Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health from the State University of New York at Cortland followed by a Master of Public Health degree from Stony Brook University.