Free Publications

Ticced Off!

An investigation into the societal perceptions and stigma that surround Tourette Syndrome and the effect this has on those who live with the disorder.
By Estelle Winders

Download the full article HERE Ticced Off! by Estelle Winders


 

Every Brain Tics Differently

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Our “Every Brain Tics Differently” campaign consists of a kit for educators. The positive words—PARTICIPATE, STATISTICS, TACTICS, ECLECTIC, REALISTIC AND ARTICULATE, playfully provide direction for families and educators to better understand and proactively support TS.

Download TSAA’s FREE Every brain Tics Differently Kit NOW!

Download TSAA’s 2016 Press Release to share our message.


Where There Is No Child Psychiatrist – eBook

Valsamma Eapen, Philip Graham and Shoba Srinath

Published: 2012

Available free of cost as E-book through the Royal College of Psychiatrists as a PDF or as Epub version
http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/usefulresources/publications/ebooks/ebks/9781908020871.aspx

or through Amazon as free app for kindle readers
http://www.amazon.com/Where-There-Is-Child-Psychiatrist/dp/1908020482


Talent over Tourettes

Below is a free resource kit to download.

The resource consists of an activity kit for use by families, teachers and counsellors as a tool to encourage personal development. The kit includes 4 posters, a spin wheel and game. The aim of the game is to engage and encourage discovery of interests and hobbies via questions and answers leading to finding their ‘Talent over Tourettes’ to assist children with Tourette Syndrome to raise self-esteem and success through hyperfocus. When a person with TS is absorbed in a task requiring focus their tics often subside. This state of hyperfocus can provide relief from tics and help the child experience success.

Click on each item to download

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Below is a free ‘Stop!’ poster to download.


TSAA MULTI-LANGUAGE BROCHURES for FREE download

  1. Arabic
  2. Vietnamese
  3. Chinese


Biography of Dr. Giles de la Tourette

Compliments Hermann Krämer, The German Tourette Association.