Human Library in Gdańsk
Within the Week of Human Rights took place on Dec 10th 2015 in Gdańsk a Human Library. One of the living books was a volunteer from the project With Tourette Across Poland organised by the Tourette Syndrom Association of Poland Agnieszka Małek. She spoke about Tourette Syndrome and her experiences as a mom of a boy who is suffering from the Tourette Syndrome.
The Association offers support to persons with Tourette Syndrome and their families. We create opportunities for them to meet up and interact. Our objective is also to share the awareness about the nature of Tourette Syndrome and indicate the opportunities for therapy.
In order to meet these objectives, the Association has embarked on educational campaign based on spreading the information and publications about TS. The Association collaborates with the specialists and relevant authorities in the fields of education, health and science research.
Are people with Tourette Syndrome socially excluded?
- NO - I am a representative of society
- YES - A member of my family has Tourette Syndrom
- YES - I have Tourette Syndrom
- YES - I am a representative of society
- NO - A member of my family has Tourette Syndrom
- YES - I work with a person with Tourette Syndrom
- NO - I have Tourette Syndrom
- NO - I work with a person with Tourette Syndrom
There were a total of: 37 votes
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