‘Patients with problems of neurological nature, as Oliver Sacks once wrote, are travellers to extraordinary lands’.An Anthropologist on Marsis a collection of short stories, introducing seven such travellers.read more
‘For 18 years Kutscher has been diagnosing common neuropsychiatric conditions such as ADHD, autistic spectrum disorders, learning difficulties or bipolar. His guidebook, written in a clear and comprehensible manner describes general rules of diagnosing and therapy of those disorders affecting children. The following chapters of the book talk about various conditions by explaining to the readers the causes and symptoms of the disorders, their correlation and methods of treatment’.read more
A book A child with Tic Disorder at School and Preschoolwas published as a part of 2nd series of One są wśród nas (They are among us).".read more
We want this book, written as a part of the project Inaczej mówiąc, to start a wider discussion.
The beginnings are always difficult. Misunderstandings and awkwardness may take place, but that does not mean that we should not be making an effort.read more
A book by an English neurologist and psychiatrist Oliver Sacks, only seemingly talks about medical topics related to neuropsychology or neurology in its narrow sense.read more
This new Richard Paul Evans' novel is not exclusively for young people. The author talks, among other topics, about Tourette Syndrome, which he himself suffers from. In the book, he looks at TS from a different perspective, showing us that it is possible to live with it.read more
Lionel Essrog suffers from Tourette Syndrome. His dominating tic is an urge to touch everything and he has no control over repeating words and sounds right after he heard them. When his friend, boss and mentor is murdered, Lionel without any prior detective training starts an investigation.read more
Natan Hurst, a person with TS works as a security guy at a music shop. He hates Christmas. Christmas tree and presents only remind him about tragic events that.... ruined his childhood.read more
In his book Mad Dog, Wojciech Tochman, one of the best Polish reporters and two-time finalist of Nike Literary Prize, in a moving way describes tragic experiences caused by evil in its different varieties.read more
The book Tourette Syndrome provides valuable and most recent information to parents of those who have TS, but also medical worker and others;read more
Second edition of the book Tourette Syndrome. The Facts by Mary M. Robertson (neuropsychiatrist) and Dr Andrea Cavanna (behavioural neurologist) has been complemented and expanded. The book describes the nature and complex issues related to the condition. Based on particular examples, diagnostic measures and treatment methods are explained in relation to TS, whilstthe current progress of scientific research is presented in a comprehensible way. The book presents most recent knowledge about the disorder and answers many question. It is also useful for the professionals – especially family doctors, GPs, paediatricians, school psychologists, pedagogues and teachers.read more
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.
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Tourette Syndrom Association of Poland enjoys a preferential tax treatment as a Public Benefit Organisation