Understanding Tourette Syndrome in Children Training Video

Eric A. Storch, PhD - Professor, University of South Florida, Clinical Director, Rogers Behavioral Health


July 19, 2017

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Training Description

Tourette Syndrome is a childhood onset, neurodevelopmental condition characterized by involuntary movements and/or sounds which wax and wane in severity but can cause considerable impairment. This webinar for Child Welfare Professionals and Caregivers will help build an understanding of Tourette Syndrome and provide information so attendees can better recognize tics, identify sources for services and support, and learn how to advocate for children and youth with Tourette Syndrome and guide them to advocate for themselves.





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