Welcome to TSA - Rochester

TSA of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes supports individuals and families living with Tourette Syndrome through education and public awareness.

Our Mission at TSA - Rochester

TSA of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes is here to help you with many of the challenges presented by Tourette Syndrome.

Want to get together and talk with other people and their families about Tourette Syndrome? Join one the local support groups today!

Get Involved at TSA - Rochester

Get Involved with TSA of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes.

Volunteer your time ...
Bring your unique skills and ideas ...
Make a contribution.

Your support makes all the difference.

Awareness Month

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TSA - GREATER ROCHESTER & THE FINGER LAKES is a place where you can learn more about TS and connect with other families living with the condition.
ABOUT TS
Tourette Syndrome is a neurobiological disorder characterized by both motor and vocal tics that occur repeatedly.
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Volunteer your time, skills, ideas, or make a contribution. Your support makes all the difference.

LOCAL HAPPENINGS
TSA - GREATER ROCHESTER & THE FINGER LAKES

TSA - GREATER ROCHESTER & THE FINGER LAKES holds many events throughout the year. Community involvement is always appreciated. Come join us!

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There are many opportunities to join us in promoting awareness and supporting those living with TS. Get involved today!

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Welcome to the Greater Rochester & Finger Lakes Chapter of the Tourette Syndrome Association

The Rochester Chapter of the Tourette Syndrome Association was established to serve the community touched by Tourette Syndrome.

UPCOMING EVENTS

NEWS

  • Tourette Association Rebrands with new name, new logo and more!
    May 15 to June 15 is Tourette Awareness Month. The Tourette Association kick's it off with major rebranding introducing a new name, logo, tagline, website and moreā€¦..
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  • T-Force study is looking for local participants.
    The URMC Child Neurology Dept is looking for boys and girls age 6 to 18 with a diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome to see if they qualify to enrol in the T-Force study. The T-Force study is a nationwide clinical research study for children and adolescents with Tourette syndrome, aimed at determining the safety and tolerability of an investigational medication for Tourette syndrome.
  • The Advocacy Center is moving!
    Feb 19 - the Advocacy Center is now at 1650 South Avenue, Suite 200, Rochester 14620.
  • The Advocacy Center is moving!
    Feb 19 - the Advocacy Center is moving! The main phone number and website address remains the same but the physical location and some direct dial and fax numbers are changing. Check before you call. The new address is 1650 South Avenue, Suite 200, Rochester 14620. Our resources page has been updated to reflect this.
  • CARE Act for Tourette Syndrome Reintroduced
    NJ Congressman Albio Sires and Senator Bob Menendez National Tourette Syndrome Association Leads Efforts to Support the Passage of Critical Bill TSA is urging members to write to their local elected officials asking them to support the bill, with concerted efforts to do so now and during national Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month, in June 2015. For more information on how to get involved and lend your voice to this issue please visit: www.tsa-usa.org