Tourette Syndrome Association of Greater Washington, D.C. Board member Tammy Starling and volunteer Michael Chow in front of the Home of Distinction at 8601 Nutmeg Court, Potomac. Through Aug. 9, the public is invited to tour this $3.9 million home to benefit the association.
A home tour in Potomac will support the Tourette Syndrome Association of Greater Washington, D.C.
Halco Homes is presenting the Home of Distinction at 8601 Nutmeg Court, Potomac. Now through Aug. 9, the public is invited to tour this $3.9 million home.
While showcasing the latest building products and design trends, the tour will raise funds for the association which will receive 100 percent of the proceeds from tour ticket sales. Tickets for the tour can be purchased for $10 at the home.
Professional grade Wolf-Subzero appliances, Cambria countertops, and extensive use of built-in cabinetry are just a few of the many features this 13,000-square-foot home offers.
The Tourette Association of America Greater Washington D.C. Chapter supports individuals and families living with Tourette Syndrome through education and public awareness. Its programs include:
Sharing important information about research studies, chapter activities and valuable resources through its monthly newsletter sent to an email distribution list of over 1400 families.
Instructing school personnel and students about Tourette Syndrome, generally at the request of the parent of a newly diagnosed child or when symptoms have significantly increased.
Preparing teens, ages 13-17, through the Youth Ambassador training program, to speak to peer groups, educators, legislators and public groups about life with Tourette Syndrome.
Supporting individuals and their families through its support group network. Contact information for its support group leaders is at tsagw.org.