Events

AUCKLAND:
November 26, Arobridge Equine Centre, Clevedon, from 10am. A day of learning about horse-therapy for stress and tic management as well as a BYO picnic
http://www.arobridge.com/
HAMILTON:
December 16th, Lake Karapiro, Cambridge, from 11.30am. BYO picnic.
WELLINGTON:
December 3, the home of Rochelle Shatford and family, Whiteman's Valley; BBQ from 11.30am. Please email me for address details.
CHRISTCHURCH:
December 10, Broadpark Park, adjacent to Waimari Beach, Beach Rd from 11.30am. BYO picnic for an afternoon of games, swimming at the beach etc.

Please RSVP for the event you wish to attend so that organisers can plan accordingly to robyn@tourettes.org.nz

NAVIGATE YOUR FUTURE – Palmerston North, April 5

The Palmerston North city council is hosting a disability expo at the Palmerston North Convention Centre on Wednesday April 5, 2017 and the Tourette’s Association of New Zealand will have an information stall at the event.

The event runs from 11am to 6pm.

COFFEE & A CHAT – Christchurch, April 10

Robyn Twemlow will be hosting the monthly coffee and chat evening for parents at Christchurch Community House on Monday April 10 at 7pm.

All parents and adults living with Tourette Syndrome are welcome to attend. Please ring the doorbell to announce your arrival as the building does not allow public access after hours.

COFFEE & A CHAT – Auckland, May 18

Robyn Twemlow will be hosting a coffee and chat evening for parents and adults living with Tourette Syndrome on Thursday May 18th. Venue yet to be confirmed. Please check the website in May for more details or visit the Tourette’s Association of New Zealand’s facebook page..

All parents and adults living with Tourette Syndrome are welcome to attend.

CAMP TWITCH 2017

Camp Twitch 2017 is being held during the first week of the school holidays in October from Monday 2 to Friday 6th at the Blue Skies Conference Centre in Christchurch.

More details will be available on the Camp Twitch page on this website as they come to hand.

To attend Camp Twitch the individual with Tourette Syndrome must be a paid member of the Tourette’s Association of New Zealand. The membership form is available through the link on the homepage “Become a member”.

The hosting of the hui will be dependent on funding and if a grant is secured an email will be sent to the families of all registered young people who are members of the Tourette’s Association.

 

 

 

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