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The Social Care needs of Adults with Tourette Syndrome: An exploratory study

Posted on 9 January 2018 by Helen Robbins


A research team from the University of Kent is looking for adults with Tourette Syndrome to take part in a new and exciting study about the Social Care needs of adults with Tourette Syndrome.

Adults that have been diagnosed with TS who are either receiving Social Care or not receiving Social Care can take part.

The study involves completing an online survey, which will ask you questions about the Social Care Services you are receiving and your Quality of Life. Then, all the participants will be invited to take part in an interview. The interview can be conducted over the telephone, through Skype, or onsite. If you decide to take part in the interview, a £15 voucher will be given to each participant as a token of appreciation.

If you are interested in being involved please follow this link:

Or contact :

Melina Malli


Tel. number: 01227 816590


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