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The Tourettes Action Blog

The Tourettes Action blog gives people with Tourette Syndrome (TS) a space to talk about how the condition affects them. We hope that by explaining what life is really like to have or to live with someone who has TS, we can fight the stigma about the condition.

If you would like to write about your experiences of TS, we would love to hear from you. Please email us to find out more and discuss what you might like to write about.


  • Creativity and positivity

    Russell Hobbs wrote to us to explain how his son's creativity helps with maintaining a positive attitude. Russell's son Alex is 14 years old and has TS.

    Posted Tue 20th Nov 2018 at 09:00
    by Russell Hobbs

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  • The People Behind the Support

    Meet our super-star 'Volunteer of the Month', Sophia Savides-Macris. Sophia answers a few questions about her experience as a valued volunteer for Tourettes Action.

    Posted Mon 19th Nov 2018 at 12:30
    by Sophia Savides-Macris

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  • What makes Terrina tic?

    Aspiring journalist Belinda Johnston, wrote an article about Terrina Bibb (a professional illustrator who has TS), as her entry for the Vouge Talent Contest 2018.

    Posted Tue 6th Nov 2018 at 14:30
    by Belinda Johnston

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  • The People Behind the Support

    Meet our super-star 'Volunteer of the Month', Molly Edwards. Molly answers a few questions about her experience as a valued volunteer for Tourettes Action.

    Posted Wed 24th Oct 2018 at 13:42
    by Molly Edwards

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  • My experience of TicFest

    PhD student, Camilla Babbage, joined the TicFest North event in September to gain further insight into the day to day lives of young people and families living with TS. Camilla is carrying out research at the University of Nottingham to develop a tool that will help young people with TS feel better in their daily lives.

    Posted Wed 10th Oct 2018 at 11:00
    by Camilla Babbage

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