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Welcome to the updated and refreshed Tourette Canada Online Forum!

Tourette Canada Online Forum is a free, safe, moderated online community where registered users can exchange ideas, information and support about issues related to Tourette Syndrome. Tourette Canada has recently changed the server and refreshed the pages so returning members will notice a brighter look. Tourette Canada welcomes back two former moderators, Janet Rumsey and Cathy Wylie, to the Forum. Their knowledge and insight will serve the Tourette Forum participants with dedication and expertise.

We would like to thank the administrators and moderators who have dedicated countless hours to build and maintain the Forum. We look forward to continuing to provide a place for individuals and families affected by Tourette Syndrome and its associated disorders to get information, exchange information with others, and connect with the affiliates and support available across Canada.
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    Hello, I am a PhD candidate at the University of Waterloo, studying family dynamics and sibling relationships in families with a child with Tourette Syndrome.

    To conduct my research, I need the participation of at least one parent, and a sibling of a person with TS over the age of 10 ( the sibling should not have TS or any other physical or neurological condition). All the questionnaires are online, and all the information provided will remain confidential. The participation of the individual with TS is optional but welcome. Participating family members will each receive $20CDN provided that both a parent and an eligible sibling of the individual with TS complete the required questionnaires.

    This study has been reviewed by, and received ethics clearance through, The Office of Research Ethics at the University of Waterloo. The participation of the families in this survey will not only contribute to the advancement of research on Tourette Syndrome, but also to our understanding of child development and family processes. Thanking you in advance.
    Please visit the survey at : http://mrosslab1.uwaterloo.ca/ts/

    The study is also posted at the lower right side of the Tourette Syndrome Foundations of Canada's Website.

    Truly Yours
    Marjan Maleki
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