By Megg Hill and Kurt Robson
Emily Carter is a 21-year-old who was diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome at the young age of 3. She tells us of what life is like living with the syndrome and educates those who are unaware, whilst shutting down the misconceptions that come along with it. After her university reached out to her about starting a campaign around the condition, Emily is on her way to opening up the discussion and the understanding that Tourette’s deserves.
Check out her YouTube vlogs that give you a personal insight into how she suppresses tics and functions everyday with syndrome: