Singing Stops My Tourettes: An Opportunity for Occupational Therapy Discussion

published 1 month ago by Dr. Frederick B. Covington

Is there any need for occupational therapy in this scenario? AS Emily Carter finishes her song, the only thing that's noticeable about her singing is that it's very, very good. It's only after the music stops that Emilly's tics become apparent. Sniffing, coughing and touching her nose, Emilly has Tourette's syndrome.

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