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TOURETTE ASSOCIATION CONFERENCES

BIENNIAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE
The Tourette Association's Biennial National Conference for our members, their families, and medical and allied professionals provides seminars, information and interaction with Medical and Allied professionals, Chapter and National Tourette Association leadership. The meeting features a Newly Diagnosed Seminar presented by the Tourette Association's Medical Advisory Board Chair, John Walkup, MD; a Leadership Track (for chapter leaders, staff, and volunteers); a Teen Track (for teens ages 14-18 with TS and siblings), and Medical & Behavioral, Education and Parenting tracks. Professional programs may be given for Educators, Medical and Allied Professionals.

Highlights of past Tourette Association National Conferences:

2014 -


2012
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2010 - 3 Videos of Selected Sessions -

  • BULLYING- Video (41 min., 12 sec.) - presented by Julie Hertzog, Bullying Prevention Project Director, PACER, and Sandra Hollis, Chair, Tourette Association Education Advisory Board..

  • IMPULSE CONTROL AND AFFECT ISSUES and TREATMENT OF IMPULSIVE AGGRESSION IN TS: A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH - Video (72 min., 5 sec.) - joint presentation by Cathy L. Budman, M.D., and Michael B. Himle, Ph.D. (presenters' slides download available on linked page).

  • ORGANIZATION AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION - Video (10 min., 37 sec.) - Sarah Crowther, Director of Student Success, Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO
    The presentation of 2010 National Conference material was supported by Grant/Cooperative Agreement Number DD000343
    from the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The contents are solely the responsibility
    of theauthors and do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC or the Tourette Association.


2008 - Video, PDFs of Presentation Slides

  • BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES CONSORTIUM: A the TOURETTE ASSOCIATION SUCCESS STORY - Lawrence Scahill, MSN, PhD, Douglas W. Woods, PhD - Video

  • TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS (Tourette Syndrome Educational Inservice) - Judy Peterson, Kathy Giordano - Video

  • PDFs OF PRESENTATION SLIDES (Latest Treatments & Related Issues for Tourette Syndrome and Co-Morbid Disorders; Impulse Control and Ager Issues for Children, Adolescents and Adults with TS; Aggressive Symptoms in Children with Tourette Syndrome; Behavioral Treatment for Tics; Tourette Syndrome Workshop (Parent Training); Stocking the Toolbox for School Success and Beyond; IDEA Reauthorization (The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly); Functional Behavioral Assessments & Positive Behavior Intervention Plans; Manifestation Determination; Response to Intervention Plans; Manifestation Determination; Bullying: How Do I Protect My Child?;

2006 - Newly Diagnosed Seminar video superseded by 2012 version; Spanish language dubbed version still available (future transcreation of later video is planned).

the Tourette Association's next National Conference will be in the spring of 2016.

SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIA

Upcoming 1st World Congress on Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders - June 2015 - London

As part of its mission to identify current research advances, disseminate them among the scientific and medical communities, and establish networks of basic and clinical scientists, the Tourette Association sponsored the 5th International Scientific and Clinical Symposium on Tourette Syndrome, on June 12-13 2008 in New York City. As with the four previous symposia convened by the the Tourette Association, the meeting provided a forum for updating current research findings for both basic scientists and clinical researchers, as well as allied medical practitioners.

The symposium brought together 250 delegates and internationally renowned experts in their respective fields, from 17 countries. The target audience for the symposiums included: basic scientists, physicians of general medicine, pediatricians, family practice physicians, neurologists, psychiatrists, internists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, mental health therapists, school psychologists, school nurses, social workers and clinical investigators...

Click here to view video excerpts and to read the complete Overview and Session Summaries of the 2008 the Tourette Association's 5th International Scientific Symposium on Tourette Syndrome (28 pages, Adobe Acrobat™ format).


PRESENTATIONS TO EDUCATORS

The Tourette Association offers presentations to Educators and Allied Professionals in many communities across the U.S. to aid in their understanding and present strategies to benefit students with TS. Presentations are offered through an ongoing partnership with the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and are available FREE to qualifying School Districts, Regional Meetings and other professsional education organizations (click here for details).

Highlights of Tourette Association Education Presentations

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY STRATEGIES FOR TOURETTE SYNDROME - video 

TOURETTE ASSOCIATION EDUCATION IN-SERVICE - for educators and families to optimize teaching and learning; tries to end stigma and promote acceptance regarding TS in school settings. Intended to be used by parents/families, as well as teachers, and allied professionals to provide in-services to an entire school staff, a child's educational team, school nurses, counselors, social workers, therapists, school board members, and other groups. Available FREE as a DVD and online.

TOURETTE ASSOCIATION EDUCATION AUDIO CONFERENCES - online audio presentations (some with accompanying slide shows) for professional educators, and families. Presentations may be viewed/heard online; audio files are downloadable. Programs include:


PRESENTATIONS TO MEDICAL AND ALLIED PROFESSIONALS AND CLINICIANS
Participants receive authoritative information on Tourette Syndrome, common co-occurring conditions, differential diagnosis, and information about the latest treatments, medications, and case management. Presentations are offered through an ongoing partnership with the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and are available FREE to Hospitals, Medical Centers, and Medical and Allied Professional organizations and meetings (click here for details).

Highlights of Tourette Association Medical and Allied Professional Presentations

DIAGNOSING AND TREATING TOURETTE SYNDROME (2005) - Video 

EL SINDROME DE TOURETTE Y SU MANEJO CLINICO (2006) - Video

SORTING OUT COMPLEX SYMPTOMS (2009) - Video

TOURETTE SYNDROME: Update and Review (Nurses) (2006) - Video

HOT TOPICS - Two Panel Discussions: CONTROVERSIES and CHALLENGES in the Evaluation, Treatment, and Management of Tourette Syndrome and Co-occurring Conditions (2006) - Videos

TOURETTE SYNDROME OVERVIEW FOR SOCIAL WORKERS (2008) - Video

CBIT (Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention for Tics) (2009) - Video (and video role play); for access, USER NAME is tsa22behav; PASSWORD is 9768phd. Through an ongoing partnership with the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Training Sessions on this evidence-based behavioral approach for managing TS are available FREE to Clinicians, Hospitals, Medical Centers, and Medical and Allied Professional organizations and meetings (Click for Medical/Allied Professional flyer; click for Education flyer; click for CBIT flyer).

CLICK HERE FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF TOURETTE ASSOCIATION VIDEOS


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