The national Tourette Syndrome Association has an extensive website with updated information and resources on many topics.  Of particular interest, parents of school-aged children should review the Tourette Syndrome Education website.

Adult Books / Resources





Children’s Books






Physicians – A list of physicians that serve Southern California can be attained by visiting (click on the “Medical” tab and then click on the link “Find a Doctor”).  Please note these physicians are not endorsed by Tourette Syndrome Association Southern California or the Tourette Association of America.

Other Professionals & Organizations – A list of other professionals and organizations providing services to individuals and families in Southern California.


Downloadable TS Description Card (printable)

This downloadable/printable card can be helpful in so many situations when an individual with TS is in public.  A simple explanation is provided on the card and it can be handed to another individual to encourage conversation or simply given to another person in an attempt to explain any disruptions without having to initiate the verbal dialog.  This can be very handy when traveling.  Feel free to download this file, or use it as an example and create your own!



Leaky Breaks (check this out!)

Planet Tic

Managing Tourette Syndrome in the Classroom (good for Teachers & Parents)

GREAT STUFF from Kathy Giordano, Education Specialist with the National Tourette Syndrome Association.

Be sure to check out the Tourette Syndrome Education Advocacy Website and the Education Audio Presentations for more wonderful information.

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