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November's Monthly Information Meeting: Tourette Syndrome
**This Info Session will be RESCHEDULED.**

Tourette Syndrom is part of a spectrum of neurodevelopmental disorders that affects as many as 1 in 5 children. Some cases of the disorder may persist into adulthood.  Learn more about this disorder at NAMI Metropolitan Baltimore's November informational meeting, presented by Dr. Matt Specht.

Dr. Specht is co-director of the Pediatric OCD and Tourette's Disorder Speciality Clinic and an Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University.

NAMI hosts free monthly informational meetings on the Third Wednesday of each month.  All meetings are held at our office, located at 5210 York Rd, Baltimore, MD.  See a full schedule of upcoming informational meetings and events here.

 


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