Children with Tourette Syndrome often display behavioral challenges. These may be due to deficits caused by common related disorders such as dysinhibition, ADD, obsessive/compulsive difficulties, anxiety, rage, sensory integration deficits, learning challenges, etc. It’s important to understand the reason for the challenging behavior in order to assist the child learn to live successfully with this complex disorder.

Here are some resources that may be helpful in understanding behavioral issues.

Understanding Reactive Rage

Positive Approaches to Challenging Behaviors

See your child first... and the Tourette second