Who Do We Support?

Individuals and families

You can join us for our monthly support group meeting’s where we organise informative talks, activities for the children and a safe place with no judgement. This can often be the only time some of our members get the opportunity to mix with other people who have Tourette Syndrome or Tic Disorders. These meetings take place on the last Sunday of every month and are suitable for all ages. We also have a social group for our adults with Tics along with a group for parents and carers to get together (MADS).
We work closely with other organisations and individuals to enable us to offer opportunities for those within our group to access activities that are designed to meet our charity objectives. These activities will be designed to address issues such as isolation, confidence, behaviour management and stress and anxiety.

Schools

We offer support within schools; this may be by delivering our free awareness talks or corresponding with teachers, children, and parents, to overcome obstacles and implement strategies

Due to current restrictions we have been unable to deliver our talks within schools. We have put together a video that delivers facts and experiences from those who live with the condition. To access this video click school-talk 

To better understand the child, this document is ideal for sharing information click school-passport  

Community

We are keen to spread awareness throughout the area and hope to do this by continuing to deliver our talks to all who will listen.