We are pleased to announce the winner of the Team Tourette T-Shirt Contest, Olivia, a Tourette Association of America Youth Ambassador from Gainesville, Virginia! Her design was “Got Tics? No stigma. No judgments.”
The American Brain Foundation and Tourette Association of America are pleased to support clinical research training in Tourette Syndrome. The AAN
Research Program demonstrates the AAN Board of Directors’ dedication to promoting neurology and neuroscience research and training.
As an expression of our gratitude and appreciation for the Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorder community, the Tourette Association of America is launching the 12 Days of Giving. Between December 11 and December 22, we will be giving away TAA apparel, accessories, resources and more.
To kick-off the season of giving, we hosted the 2019 annual Gala honoring David Begnaud, Lead National Correspondent for CBS This Morning, on November 18. The event raised more than $850,000 and featured empowering messages from David, TAA Youth Ambassadors Mia Mantei and Jordan Falkenstern, NYC Public Advocate Jumaane D. Williams, and an amazing performance by the Michael Wolff Trio.
We all know the best deals are on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but it's Giving Tuesday that's the most rewarding. For this international day of giving, we are calling on you to join the movement and support the TAA by making a donation, hosting a Facebook fundraiser, or by sharing our important messages throughout the day.
Are you interested in helping others find hope and inspiration through your personal experiences? The Tourette Association of America is looking for personal stories from the Tourette Syndrome community to be featured throughout the upcoming annual report. We believe experiences from our community are the most impactful way to improve awareness and understanding, and will reshape what people think about TS.
The Tourette Association of America (TAA) hosted its Annual Research and Medical Meeting of our Scientific Advisory Board, Medical Advisory Board and Centers of Excellence from April 9 - 10 in New York City. The meeting covered the latest news on research and medical practices for Tourette Syndrome and brought leading experts together to share their knowledge.