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The Tourette Syndrome Association's website now offers a 3 hour webstream
version of the Newly Diagnosed Seminar filmed at the TSA National Conference
in April 2006. Dr. John T. Walkup, Division of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, and Chairman of the
Tourette Syndrome Association's Medical Advisory Board, presented an all-day
program attended by family members, professionals, and persons newly
diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome. The program is recommended for viewing by
families and professionals alike.

The webstream is divided into 3 segments of roughly 1 hour each, with video
and slide show running in tandem. Viewers are able to download and print a
slide handout. There are two online Surveys, for either Family or
Medical/Professional viewers to complete. Family viewers are urged to share
this video with members of their Medical and Allied Professional treatment
team. The program was made possible through the continuing partnership of
the TSA and the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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