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Tourette's Syndrome - A neurological disorder characterized, in mild form, by involuntary tics and movements.

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Behavioral Disorders of Childhood & Adolescence
Tourettes Syndrome
A Guide to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Tourrettes Syndrome - by Ruth D Bruun, Donald J. Cohen & James F. Leckman.
A Resource from Pediatric Neurology.com on Tics & Tourette's Syndrome - A description of the syndrome, how to classfiy tics, associated problems, links to other sites, and related topics
Association for Comprehensive NeuroTherapy (ACN) - Dedicated to exploring advanced and alternative treatments for neurological conditions. We are presently focusing on autism, Tourette syndrome, and attention deficit disorder/hyperactivity
Ask NOAH About:Tourette Syndrome
Definitions and Classification of Tic Disorders - Definitions and Classification of Tic Disorders The Tourette Syndrome Classification Study Group Tics are brief movements (motor tics) or sounds (vocal tics) that occur intermittently and unpredictably out of a background of normal motor activity.
Guide to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Tourette Syndrome
Diagnosis and Treatment of Tourette's  - Tourette Syndrome Association
Disorders - Tic / Tourette's  - Visit the Mental Health InfoSource Home Page Tic Disorders/Tourette's Syndrome Ask the Expert
Facts About Toyrettes Syndrome
Nova Scotia Tourette Syndrome Information & WWW Site
Pharmacological Treatment For TS - This publication is intended to provide information about medication currently in use for TS.. Readers are cautioned against taking and/or changing medications based on this information.
Shpunter's Tourette's Syndrome Help WebsiteThis site to designed to help educate people about this disorder.
The British Tourette Syndrome Page
The Misunderstood Child - Learning disorders affect only the "Method" used to learn, not the "Ability" to learn. Information on TS
Tic Disorders - Tourette's Disorder and other Tic disorders Tourette’s and other Tic Disorders are characterized by repetitive, involuntary muscle movements (motor tics) and/or repetitive, involuntary vocalizations (vocal tics).
The British Tourette Syndrome Page
Tourettes Syndrome - Diagnosis Criteria for Tic Disorders: most common of the tic disorders - onset during early school years - affects 5% to 24% of all children - single or multiple motor and/or vocal tics occurring daily for at least two weeks but for no longer than one year - three to four times more common in males than females - more common in the first-degree relatives of people
Tourette Syndrome Frequently Asked Questions
New Tourette's Syndrome - Startling behaviors that can be disconcerting
Tourette's Syndrome 1
Tourette's Syndrome Support in the UK - “Tourette Syndrome – isn’t that the one where they shout and swear?”  That was said to me last week.  Tourette Syndrome (TS) is a widely misunderstood and under-diagnosed neurological condition, and sufferers can experience prejudice and ridicule. 
TS+ - A good source for teaching tips for students with Tourette's Disorder.
Welcome to the Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada

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