SO YOU THINK YOU CAN TIC?!


Tourette was once considered a rare and bizarre syndrome, most often associated with the exclamation of obscene words or socially inappropriate and derogatory remarks (coprolalia), but this symptom is present in only a small minority of people with Tourette.

Tourette is way more. Did you know that:
– 1 in 100 people is affected!
– motor tics like eye blinking are much more common than swearing tics!
– every move you see in this video is a motor tic!
– every sound you hear in this video is a vocal tic!

The more people that know this, the earlier children get diagnosed and are able to receive threatment.

For more information, visit one of these websites:
http://www.iktic.be (Belgium)
http://www.tourette.nl (The Netherlands)
http://www.tourettenet.nl (The Netherlands)
http://www.tourettesaction.co.uk (United Kingdom)
http://www.france-tourette.org (France)
http://www.tourette-gesellschaft.de (Germany)
http://touretteforeningen.no/ (Norway)
http://www.tourette.pl (Poland)

We want to thank the following people and organizations for making this video possible:
Dance and choreografie: Marvin Potters, Flexx_N Dance Academy & Nora Deters
Videocrew: Zodiak Belgium (Kris Spaepen)
Video: Moose & Tash and Kartouch
Audio: Wouter Berlaen (Studio Le Garage)
External production: Iktic VZW with Round Table 100 Ghent, Stichting Gilles de la Tourette Nederland & Tourette Net
Evi Hanssen & Dennis Weening
AFSGT
Tourette-Gesellschaft Deutschland e.V.
Norwegian Tourette Assosiation
Tourette Syndrome Association of Poland

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