Working Together, Living Better

TOURETTE CONFERENCE

May 14 - May 16, 2021

 

ABOUT

The Tourette Association of America is hosting the 2021 Virtual Conference for the Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorder community on May 14 – 16, 2021. Focusing on Working Together and Living Better, the three-day event will offer a comprehensive Research Symposium, a Newly Diagnosed Seminar and over 20 highly engaging educational programs for our community to learn, engage, and connect with each other. In addition, there will be accredited programming offered for education and health professionals to expand knowledge of the disorder to improve treatment and care.

The TAA relies on private funding and sponsorships to host events such as these. The Conference will be offered free of charge, please consider making a financial gift to support these efforts.

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

14th

FRIDAY

11:00am - 3:30pm EST

Research Symposium

 

11:00am - 3:00pm EST

Newly Diagnosed Seminar

4:00pm - 6:00pm EST

The Present and Future of Therapeutics in TS

5:00pm EST

Expressing TS Through Art

6:00pm EST

Parents with TS Support Group

7:00pm EST

Self Esteem - My Life With Tourette

8:00pm EST

Conference Launch

General registration is offered free of charge. Continuing education credits are available for education and healthcare professionals at an additional fee. Click here for the complete list of accredited sessions and descriptions. 

15th

SATURDAY

16th

SUNDAY
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lounge

At the heart of this event is connecting and learning from each other. The virtual lounge will be open to join open discussions, participate in events, and discover new strategies.

The Virtual Conference Lounge will be open for Yoga, Meditation, Adult, Teen, and Parent Open Forums from 11a - 4p on Saturday and Sunday.

 

OUr SPONSORS

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Showcase your organization in front of thousands from around the world. Click here to view all sponsorship opportunities and benefits.

 

All programming and resources are created by the Tourette Association of America.