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Tourette Syndrome Course Series

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Description

‚ÄčThis course series is designed to provide clinicians with practical tips, knowledge, and resources to effectively identify and diagnose Tourette Syndrome and other tic disorders.

Learners are encouraged to register for both courses. Please scroll down this page to add each course to your cart.

Part 1: Caring for Children and Adolescents with Tourette Syndrome

Learners will be able to describe common co-occurring conditions with Tourette Syndrome and describe the range of effective management and treatment strategies of Tourette Syndrome. This course will increase competence surrounding Tourette Syndrome, thereby supporting efforts to improve patient outcomes.

Part 2: Tourette Syndrome and Beyond: Reducing Disparities and Understanding Tic-Related Conditions

This course builds on the part 1 course with resources to effectively diagnose Tourette Syndrome earlier and connect families/caregivers to needed supports and services. The course will discuss opportunities to reduce disparities in early identification and access to care. Learners will be able to differentiate between other related tic conditions (compulsions, stereotypies, and other functional motor conditions), functional tic-like behaviors, and co-occurring conditions. This course will increase clinical care competence surrounding Tourette Syndrome and co-occurring conditions, thereby supporting efforts to improve patient outcomes.

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