Tourette Syndrome Public Health National Education and Outreach Program
A Community and Public Health Partnership
Information for individuals and families - TSA offers resources and programs to help people living with TS and their families -
Outreach to the community - TSA works to raise public awareness and counter media stereotypes about TS
Information for Health Care Professionals - TSA works to educate and identify physicians and health care professionals who work with children, families, and individuals living with TS.
Information for Education Professionals - TSA provides information for educators and families to improve teaching strategies and the learning environment in order to end stigma and support acceptance and inclusion of students with TS in school settings.
The above is a list of selected materials and programs and is not all-inclusive. The websites offer in-depth information on many aspects of TS not covered in the resources cited above. TSA offers many resources and referrals to help people with TS and their families cope with the problems that occur with TS.
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The Tourette Syndrome National Education and Outreach Program is supported by Cooperative Agreement number 5U38DD000727-03 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The content of this document are the responsibility of the authors and do not represent the official views of the CDC.
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