Welcome to your 2018 TSAA National Conference – Sydney 28th July
We had an excellent program again this year with specialist speakers. This recorded live stream package of the conference is a rare opportunity to hear from specialist speakers and those with personal experience of Tourette Syndrome.
TSAA holds an Annual National Conference each year to disseminate the latest findings in medical, community and social support for Tourette Syndrome.
Please note, the recording of each talk is available below.
Recorded Streams from the TSAA 2018 Annual Conference
TSAA 2018 Annual Conference Session 1 (15min)
Official Conference Opening Robyn Latimer – TSAA President
TSAA 2018 Annual Conference Session 2 (39min)
Personal Perspectives of TS: Adam Ladell —TSAA Ambassador “My Journey So Far” Aja Elshaikh & Cameron Schubert —TSAA Youth
TSAA 2018 Annual Conference Session 3 (8min)
TS Support in Australia Annie Dixon —TSAA National Support Group Co-ordinator
TSAA 2018 Annual Conference Session 4 (Audio only - 1hr 17min)
Tourette Syndrome and associated comorbidities. More than a movement issue.
Professor Russell Dale —Professor of Paediatric Neurology, Petre Professor of Paediatric Neurology research, Children’s Hospital at Westmead and University of Sydney
TSAA 2018 Annual Conference Session 5 (34min)
TS in the Workplace and Education
David Brebner —Adult Educator, Careers Coach and Speaker, Living with Tourette Syndrome, OCD and Anxiety Disorders since an early age
TSAA 2018 Annual Conference Session 6 (57min)
Medicinal Cannabis in Australia: A View from the Lambert Initiative
Professor Iain McGregor —Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney
TSAA 2018 Annual Conference Session 7 (1hr 24min)
The Iceberg of TS and NDIS: how you can best support your child
Jenni Pearce —Child and clinical psychologist