Tourette Canada has identified the following websites and provides them as “links of interest”. Each organization is separate and independent from Tourette Canada and provided as an added resource.
|Neurological Health Charities Canada / Les organismes caritatifs neurologiques du Canada (NHCC/OCNC)
Neurological Health Charities Canada (NHCC/OCNC), of which the TSFC is a founding member, is a collective of organizations that represent people with chronic, often progressive, neurological and/or neuromuscular diseases, disorders, conditions and injuries (brain conditions) in Canada.”Brain matters – The National Population Health Study of Neurological Conditions is ongoing across Canada. We are conducting research on the scope, impact, risk factors and health service utilization of neurological conditions. This research will help you, your family and/or your caregivers. Do you want to know how? Visit and sign up for more information at www.mybrainmatters.ca“
|Canadian Coalition for Genetic Fairness / Coalition canadienne pour l’équité génétique (CCGF/CCEG)
The Canadian Coalition for Genetic Fairness (CCGF/CCEG) is a group of 15 organizations, including the TSFC, dedicated to establishing protections against genetic discrimination for all Canadians.
|Child and Parent Resource Institute – Brake Shop Clinic
An online multimedia resource for children with TS and TS+.
|Association québécoise du syndrome de la Tourette
L’Association québécoise du syndrome de la Tourette (AQST) est un organisme à but non lucratif dont la mission est de soutenir, d’informer, de valoriser et d’intégrer les personnes atteintes du syndrome de la Tourette (SGT).
Tourette Soutien offre de l’information sur le syndrome Gilles de la Tourette (SGT) au Québec. Tourette Soutien vous aidera à trouver de l’aide et des services et à clarifier un peu le SGT.
|New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome
An innovative organization serving the needs of the New Jersey TS community.
|Life’s A Twitch
A website on TS and TS+ based on the study and clinical work of Dr. B. Duncan McKinlay.
|Tourette Syndrome “Plus”
A blog on TS+ by Leslie E. Packer, Ph.D.
|ADHD Association of Greater Edmonton|
A representative of Sleep Ontario writes: “we have a sleep clinic at the Youthdale Treatment Centres that is specifically geared towards children and adolescents with sleep problems. The link to the Youthdale Child and Adolescent Sleep Centre is available from the main website and contains a wealth of information about sleep in children and access to resources. The main website has a plethora of other useful information and resources.”
|Camp Maple Leaf
Camp Maple Leaf is a not-for-profit, sleepover camp for children of Canadian Military Families and children living with unique challenges.
Integrated, non-competitive camp serving children & teens 6 to 18 with and without ADHD, LD, NLD and AS. Social skills program, academic program, over 50 sports and activities. Small cabin groups, 2-to-1 ratio, professional staff. Comfortable lakefront cabins with electricity and full bathrooms including shower. Low sugar/additive menu.
A summer camp in Ontario specializing in special needs children.
International TS Organizations