TSA - WISCONSIN
TSA - WISCONSIN holds many events throughout the year. Community involvement is always appreciated. Come join us!
There are many opportunities to join us in promoting awareness and supporting those living with TS. Get involved today!
Welcome to the Tourette Syndrome Association
The Tourette Syndrome Association of Wisconsin was established to serve
the community touched by Tourette Syndrome.
- Picnic at Bay Beach Amusement Park
- Sat, 08/09/2014 - 12:00pm
- NEW Support Group: Unlocking the Mystery of Psycho-Educational Evaluations
- Sat, 09/13/2014 - 12:00pm
- NEW Support Group Exceptional Equestrians, therapeutic riding stables presentation
- Sat, 11/08/2014 - 12:00pm
- NEW TS Support Group Holiday Craft Fair and Curling!
- Sat, 12/06/2014 - 2:00pm
- Green Bay Bullfrogs Bring Carlos Guevara Back to Green Bay!
- Due to technical difficulties Carlos Guevara was not able to sing on May 30th. So the Green Bay Bullfrogs brought Carlos BACK to Green Bay to give a FREE pre-game concert on July 11th starting at 6:20pm. Come the concert and game, and join the NEW TS Support group for yoga the next day! Details on ticket packages in the following article
- National Distinguished Educator is from Horicon
- Wisconsin teacher and Creative Dramatics coach wins National TSA's 2014 Distinguished Educator Award.
- Wisconsin Welcomes Youth Ambassador Emily Shelby!
- Newly trained at the 2014 National Tourette Syndrome Conference, our newest youth Ambassador Emily Shelby and her Dad Bryan are ready to come to your school or group and teach others about Tourette Syndrome
- Research Study for youth 10-17 at UW-Milwaukee
- Free Evidence-based non-drug treatment by participating in a research study at UW-Milwaukee
- Third Annual TS Awareness Weekend
- Join us May 30 and 31st for a weekend of activities, benefitting the Tourette Syndrome Association and our local TS support groups ...
- Role for 6th Grader is his Life
- Breaking News! An Article in the Doge County Pionier by Gayle Rydstrom Highlights the life of Jacob Johnson and his family. Good information about Tourette Syndrome and statewide resources. Way to go, Jacob!