Tourette Syndrome 101 | From Tics to Treatment

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Released February 2024
Growing Up With Us | Caring for Children

Volume 30, Issue 2

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  • Competency Assessment
  • Certificate of Completion Awarded

Course Description

This learning activity provides a comprehensive overview of Tourette Syndrome (TS) to educate healthcare providers on critical considerations surrounding assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and holistic management of this complex neurodevelopmental disorder. It outlines DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, delves into factors driving care disparities, offers patient-centered care optimization strategies for building therapeutic alliances, reviews behavioral and pharmacological symptom management evidence and options, highlights the need to address commonly co-occurring conditions for whole-person care, and summarizes key learning objectives with knowledge testing questions.

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