Free Information about Tourette Syndrome
NOTE: This list of resources is provided for information purposes only – no recommendation is given or implied. Individuals must always satisfy themselves as to thecredentials or experience of any service providers. The Tourette Syndrome Association ofAustralia Inc. makes no claims on behalf of nor endorses any specific service. Details areprovided as an information resource only and no guarantee of accuracy or efficacy ismade by TSAA Inc.
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An investigation into the societal perceptions and stigma that surround Tourette Syndrome and the effect this has on those who live with the disorder.
By Estelle Winders
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Tourette's With Dignity: Don't TIC Me Off
By Dr Paul Sandor, Dr Mary Robertson, Stuart Ellis-Myers
Tourette Syndrome is much more common than was previously appreciated. There are now effective medical and behavioural treatments and the management should ideally include a team of parents, teachers, administrators, nurses, doctors, psychologists and other patients with the disorder. We hope this booklet is a good start to providing you with the information you need.
Living with Tourette Syndrome - One Teenager's Viewpoint
By Adam Seligman
Tic Disorders and Learning Disability: Clinical Characteristics, Cognitive Performance and Comorbidity (Australasian Journal of Special Education)
By Valsamma Eapen, Rudi Črnčec, Sarah McPherson and Corina Snedden, 2013
TS Associations from around the world
Other TS sites