January 10 at 7 p.m.
Calling all adults with TS, age 18-35. Join us as we come together to build our community and connect with others navigating both the TS journey and adulthood. Here you can comfortably discuss your experiences, share advice, and build relationships with those who understand your unique challenges.
January 12 at 8 p.m.
Our newest NJCTS support group is an avenue for parents who are new to a Tourette Syndrome diagnosis to seek support and guidance from parents who have more experience, as well as an opportunity for parents with more familiarity in coping with TS to help guide new families.
The group will be facilitated online by Dr. Jeremy Lichtman, an expert in the treatment of TS, who is there to answer questions and provide guidance wherever you may be in your TS journey.
January 20 at 7 p.m.
Communication, knowledge and understanding are all key in supporting children on their TS journey, particularly within the school setting. NJCTS presentations educate and increase awareness among school staff and students, provide a unique opportunity to ask questions to youth living with TS, and create a better academic and social-emotional experience for students with Tourette Syndrome and associated disorders.
January 24 at 7 p.m.
What better way to start 2022 than with positive vibes for the year ahead? Join us to learn all about vision boards and how you can create your own! This will be something to display to remind us WHY we do what we do every day; images and words that spark our motivation and remind us of our values, goals, and dreams. You DO NOT need to be an artist, just willing to be open to letting your creative juices flow!
January 29 at 10 a.m.
Join us for this wonderful opportunity for parents of children, teens, and young adults who have been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome to connect and share experiences. Whether your child is newly diagnosed or has been on this journey for some time, this is an opportunity to ask questions about supporting them through high school, college, and beyond, tips on fostering healthy relationships with immediate and extended family, and a chance to gain a community of parents who can relate to your struggles–and your successes!