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  • TouretteConnect February 2018

    TouretteConnect February 2018 featuring the National Education Conference, Newly Diagnosed Seminar, Alternative & Complementary Therapies for TS webinar, Tourette Syndrome study, and much more!

  • TouretteConnect January 2018

    Tourette Connect January 2018 issue featuring the National Education Conference, Advocacy Day, educating the educators on TS, deep brain stimulation, a new online support group, the Movement Disorders Policy Coalition, and the National Awareness Walk

  • 2017 Year In Review

    2017 Year In Review!! Over the last year we have fostered new discoveries into the genetics behind Tourette Syndrome, raised awareness through national media, provided support and other information to our chapters around the country, and received the Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar.

  • TouretteConnect November

    Tourette Connect November 2017

  • Tourette On Trial By Bobbie Stein

  • TouretteConnect October

    TouretteConnect October 2017. Featuring awareness, research, support, public policy, spotlights, news and events.

  • Ho Lee Ching: An International Story

  • TAA Welcomes Susan Courey, Ph.D. to Board of Directors

    TAA Welcomes Susan Courey, Ph.D. to Board of Directors Department Chair of Early Childhood General and Special Education, Touro Graduate School Susan Courey, Ph.D. is currently the Department Chair of Early Childhood General and Special Education at the Touro Graduate School of Education in New York City. Prior to joining the Touro Graduate School of Education in May 2016, Dr. Courey was an Associate Professor of Special Education and the Mild/Moderate Program Coordinator in the Department of Special Education at San Francisco State University. Recently awarded Professor Emerita at San Francisco State University, Dr. Courey continues work with colleagues and doctoral students on research projects in the areas of mathematics and learning challenges, mathematics and music, teacher preparation, and Universal Design for Learning. In addition to her scholarly endeavors, Dr. Courey is active in program improvement and course redesign at Touro. Susan Courey, Ph.D. is the proud parent of grown children with disabilities. Her son has Tourette’s, and one daughter has a learning disability in mathematics and ADHD. Dr. Courey’s husband is the Division Chief of Laryngology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Dr. Courey says, “I am both honored and excited to serve as a board member for

  • TAA Welcomes NFL Marketing Executive Julie Haddon to Its Board of Directors

  • TouretteConnect July