Webinar with TD Expert: Dr. Stewart Factor
A Short History of TD
A Short History of Tardive Dyskinesia: 65 Years of Drug-Induced Brain Damage That Roles On and On – Mad In America Written by the widely-acclaimed, award-winning journalist, author, and publisher of madinamerica.com, Robert Whitaker.
Tardive Dyskinesia Expert Panel
Thank you to The CURESZ Foundation for sharing their Tardive Dyskinesia Expert Panel, which includes a U.S. map to find a doctor, TD videos, and their newsletter featuring Henry A. Nasrallah, MD, Co-Founder, Vice-President and Scientific Director, The CURESZ Foundation. The following articles are written by Dr. Craig Chepke of the TD Expert Panel:
Health Monitor Network
The “Guide to Living with Tardive Dyskinesia” by Health Monitor Network, Winter 2020. TD warrior Phyllis Hall Bower appears on the cover and shares her amazing story offering hope to all those with tardive dyskinesia. TD warriors, Cariena Birchard, our former board secretary now NOTD volunteer, Leslie Baumgartner, and our Founder, Kathleen Shea, share their insightful self-help tips for living with TD.
WebMD has published an online collection of tips from people living with TD. Several of our NOTD friends have contributed to this piece. It is a slideshow with photos of the contributors with their quotes. Thanks to the editors of WebMD.com and writer Kara Mayer Robinson for raising awareness of TD! https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/tardive-dyskinesia-20/tardive-dyskinesia-quotes
NOTD would like to be sure that your dentist understands the special needs of a patient with tardive dyskinesia. This brochure was written by four professors from the UT Health School of Dentistry who have published about TD. It provides a brief description of what the general dentist needs to know for treatment of patients with Tardive Dyskinesia. Print this out and share with your dentist at your next appointment! TD Pamphlet for Dental Professionals
Tardive Dyskinesia Health Diary
Sign up below to get a free pdf tardive dyskinesia health diary. This is a great way to keep track of your daily symptoms. Just print out as many as you need. Using a 3 hole paper punch and putting the diaries into a binder is what we suggest.
Download and Print our informational brochure
Printable Tardive Dyskinesia Health Card