This is an excellent video about what children with Tourette Syndrome go through in classrooms, the cafeteria, the school bus, and recess. The key to Tourette Syndrome, along with many other disabilities, is understanding and acceptance and not just with their fellow students but also the staff at school. Most people don’t make fun of someone in a wheelchair, and many disabilities are no different. They are disabilities with neurological symptoms, meaning kids with these types of disabilities can’t help it. They can learn to live with it, and adapt, but society and peers play a large role. A lack of understanding causes tremendous stress and even a casual throwaway comment about a tic or something a child cannot control can play a big factor in their ability to adapt and accept their own disorder.