Tardive dyskinesia (TD) resources and support

How the community can help you

Whether you are living with TD or caring for someone with the condition, remember that there is a community to help support you.

You can receive support through patient advocacy groups and government resources that champion awareness of TD and related movement disorders.

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Resources for people living with TD and their caregivers

Neurocrine commitment to TD

Neurocrine supports patients and caregivers affected by TD and understands the impact it can have on those it touches. The more information there is about TD, the more aware everyone can be of this potentially disruptive condition.

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