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Apr
28
2014

Supporting Students with TS+, Part 3: Frequently Asked Questions by Parents

How is Tourette Syndrome “identified” or “categorized”? Tourette Syndrome is a neurological condition (sometimes referred to as a neuropsychiatric ...

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Apr
15
2013

Guest Blogger Laura Locke: Removing the Road Blocks for Students with Coprolalia

Coprolalia: Utterance of obscene, aggressive or otherwise socially unacceptable words or phrases. (Glossary, Understanding Tourette Syndrome: a Han...

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Apr
15
2013

Guest Blogger Laura Locke: Removing the Road Blocks for Students with Coprolalia

Coprolalia: Utterance of obscene, aggressive or otherwise socially unacceptable words or phrases. (Glossary, Understanding Tourette Syndrome: a Han...

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May
07
2012

In-Service Feedback

Last week we profiled a number of our in-service presenters. Today we wanted to cap it off by offering you a glimpse into the audience's reactions ...

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May
03
2012

In-Service Presenter Profile: Jill Bobula

One of the most important things the TSFC does for the TS community is the In-Service Program. We send trained in-service presenters to speak at sc...

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May
02
2012

In-Service Presenter Profile: Mandeep Sanghera

One of the most important things the TSFC does for the TS community is the In-Service Program. We send trained in-service presenters to speak at sc...

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May
01
2012

In-Service Presenter Profile: Ashley Menard

One of the most important things the TSFC does for the TS community is the In-Service Program. We send trained in-service presenters to speak at sc...

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Apr
30
2012

In-Service Presenter Profile: Laura Locke

One of the most important things the TSFC does for the TS community is the In-Service Program. We send trained in-service presenters to speak at sc...

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