The Tourette Alliance offers information and support for those whose lives are affected by Tourette Syndrome/Chronic Tic Disorders and their Associated Conditions.
Founded in 2016, the Tourette Alliance–based in Northern Ireland and providing support island wide–also serves as an advocacy and educational outreach program and offers In Service Presentations with the most up-to-date information on these disorders to schools, social services agencies and national healthcare networks.
Tourette Alliance is continually working to support its mission of support toward the following aims:
- The advancement of awareness and understanding of Tourette Syndrome/Chronic Tic Disorders and their Associated Conditions and the collective knowledge and understanding of these disorders, the development of individual capabilities, competences, skills and understanding for patients, their caregivers, and their loved ones. These aims are carried out through in-service trainings and workshops, seminars, individualized support for its members and data collection via survey to better guide its mission.
- The advancement and promotion of health and wellness by providing comforts and services for people who are diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome/Chronic Tic Disorders and their Associated Disorders. This goal is achieved through hosted meet-ups, Support Group Meetings, Conferences, and other social events held throughout the year.
- The relief of those in need by providing specialist advice, accommodation advise, and improving access for people who are diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome/Chronic Tic Disorders and their Associated Disorders. The Tourette Alliance carries out these relief efforts through telephone, online, and in-person specialist advice done on a case-to-case basis, in-service training, and specialist presentations at conferences and events.
- The provision of facilities for recreation and other leisure-time occupation in the interests of social welfare with the object of improving the conditions of life for people who are diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome/Chronic Tic Disorders and their Associated Disorders, brought about through regularly scheduled social events and recreational outings.
The Tourette Alliance is committed to improving the lives of all who are affected by Tourette Syndrome & Tic Disorders.
T:07525723063/02895738641A: 6 Donegore GardensBelfast, Co. Antrim
Northern Ireland, BT11 9NA