To support individuals with TS and their families.
To promote a network of peers, advocates, professionals and friends who will help educate the community, create awareness, and ultimately decrease the stigma about Tourette Syndrome and it's related disorders.
To provide a safe, fun and supportive environment where people with TS can learn, advocate and thrive.
The Tourette Syndrome Association of Wisconsin is the only organization in Wisconsin which is dedicated to improving the lives of people with Tourette Syndrome and their families through public awareness programs, education and support services. WTSA also supports the work of the National Tourette Syndrome Association in identifying the cause, finding the cure and controlling the effects of TS.
Established in 1979 by families of eleven children with TS, our chapter has grown dramatically and now serves nearly 2000 families in Wisconsin.
The Tourette Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, Inc. is a non-profit all-volunteer organization sustained by donations and fund raising efforts. The chapter is associated with the National Tourette Syndrome Association.
All contributions are tax deductible in accordance with I.R.S. Section 501 (c)(3).
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