Each year the TSAA holds a National Awareness Week. In the lead up to Awareness week we encourage everyone to do one thing to help spread the message. Previously held in May, from 2024 the TSAA will run it's Awareness Week campaign in the first week of June to coincide with International Awareness Weeks. Awareness Week 2024 will be held from 2 - 8 June, coinciding with International Touretee Syndrome Awareness day on 7 June.
Ideas to get involved in Awareness Week include:
Contact our office for assistance with brochures, posters or flyers. Awareness week is intended to make us stop, think and understand more about Tourette Syndrome.
History of Awareness Week2016 - Every Brain Tics Differently
2014 - It's Not What You Think, 25th Anniversary
2013 - Hang on a Tic
2012 - Hang on a Tic
2011 - Free Primary School Resources
2010 - Hang on a Tic
2009 - Comorbidities
2008 - I'm Just Like You in Every Other Way
2007 - I Can't Stop