Last week I spoke to Evie, a super friendly researcher from the University of Hertfordshire who’s working on a project to learn more about how people with Tourettes experience food and mealtimes. I enjoyed speaking to Evie and I could … read more
In just under a week’s time we’ll be sharing the result of a creative project that’s been over a year in the making.
With a lot of excitement I want to encourage you to look out for our latest film, … read more
As I recover from a nasty cold, my recent trip to Toronto feels like a distant memory. I was there to talk at an event called The Republic of Inclusion but we crammed a lot of other things into the … read more
I’ve written before about the strength and power of Tourettes Mums – well, four mothers from the North East are taking it to the next level. In the next ten days they’ll be travelling across the country visiting every city … read more
A couple of weeks ago I saw a post by a friend on Facebook that made me stop and think. The post was by Georgie who, like me, has Tourettes. Georgie has recently undergone neurosurgery as part of a trial … read more
Last week I wrote briefly about watching Kids With Tourettes: In Their Own Words on ITV. The programme was thought-provoking and created a great deal of discussion on social media. Earlier this week I spoke to Dr Tara Murphy who … read more