Tourette Syndrome and its related disorders can manifest as behaviors that often appear to be purposefully disruptive, attention seeking or manipulative. It is therefore not unusual to misinterpret symptoms of the disorder as behavioral problems rather than the neurobiological symptoms that they are. This document will give you a better understanding of the symptoms of TS and what educators can do FOR the child.
SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information and Resources
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