Wednesdays from 12-1pm CST, July 1st – August 5th, 2020
The TAA Wisconsin Chapter is hosting a virtual webinar series in place of their annual Tourette Connections conference, originally scheduled for March 13, 2020. The funding for this virtual series is being provided through the Small Grants Program, a program under the TAA’s partnership with the CDC. The Small Grants Program provides funding for TAA Chapters and Support Groups as an opportunity to host outreach and education activities about Tourette Syndrome within their communities. This FREE live webinar series is appropriate for those with tics or Tourette Syndrome, family members, professionals and friends.
In addition to the learning component, Social Work professionals earn 1 CEH per attended webinar! NASW Approved!
“Dare to Dream”
Presented by: Susan Conners, Author of “The Tourette Syndrome & OCD Checklist: A Practical Reference for Parents and Educators.”
12-1pm, 7/01/2020 – Register Here
“Habit Reversal for Children with Tic Disorders”
Presented by: Douglas W. Woods, Ph.D.
12-1pm, 7/08/2020 – Register Here
“Successful Relationships between School Staff and Parents”
Presented by: Brian T. Lane, M.A.E., B.M.E., C.A.A
12-1pm, 7/15/2020 – Register Here
“Treatment of Tic Disorders and Other Repetitive Behaviors”
Presented by: Dr John Walkup
12-1pm, 7/22/2020 – Register Here
“Workplace Accommodations and Disability Rights”
Presented by: Steven Corfman, Esq. and Ellie Jarvie, MSW, LCSW
12-1pm, 7/29/2020 – Register Here
“An Overview of Suicide Prevention; Applications for those with Tourette Syndrome or Tic Disorders”
Presented by: Leah Rolando, MSW; Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator
12-1pm, 8/05/2020 – Register Here
Questions and accommodation requests should be directed tothe Tourette Association of America – Wisconsin Chapter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for these webinars is 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