Tourette syndrome (TS) and chronic tic disorder (CTD) affect 1 “2% of children and young people, but the most effective treatment is unclear. For tics/global score there was evidence favouring the intervention from four trials of a2 adrenergic receptor agonists [clonidine and guanfacine, standardised mean difference (SMD) = 0.71; 95% CI 1.03, 0.40; N = 164] and two trials of habit reversal training (HRT)/comprehensive behavioural intervention (CBIT) (SMD = 0.64; 95% CI 0.99, 0.29; N = 133). Certainty in the effect estimates was moderate.
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FrontpageWhat’s OnWhat’s On NewsDe Montfort HallThe very special Leicester pantomime that could be perfect for your kids this ChristmasIt’s a relaxed performance ‘both on and off the stage'(Image: FTM Dance)Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailChildren and young people from across the county will be staging a very special pantomime next week.Most families have a trip to the pantomime on their to do list at this time of year. Sometimes this can be difficult if the child or young person has sensory issues or special needs and a relaxed performance would be ideal for them.FTM Dance a performing arts respite service for people who have additional needs, disabilities or specific medical conditions have come up with a unique concept and created a pantomime that is run as a relaxed performance on and off the stage Taking place during one day when De Montfort Hall Aladdin cast are taking a break, FTM Dance are presenting their very own version of the pantomime Magic Lamp which they are hoping will mirror the success of their 2018 Peter Pan show.FTM Dance will present and star in the show using scenery created for Imagine Theatre seasonal run of Aladdin.Leanne Evans, director of FTM Dance said: “We had such a wonderful time last year performing our first pantomime at De Montfort Hall, and this year performance promises to be even more exciting.”The young people are looking forward to the performance, and we would encourage everyone to take part by coming along and showing your support.”Antony Flint, De Montfort Hall general manager said “This is a wonderful opportunity for us, Imagine Theatre and De Montfort Hall, to engage with and support the great work of FTM Dance.”The show takes place on Friday 20 December at 6pm.Tickets 5 child and 10 adult, carers go free.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterWhat’s OnallMost ReadMost RecentFosse ParkFosse Park releases CGI footage showing how it will look after 168 million transformationDe Montfort HallChristmas14 brilliant Leicestershire gifts and experiences to give this Christmas from gin to tank driving daysThere’s stocking fillers and experiences with the ‘wow’ factor.