Doreen learned her baby girl had Turner Syndrome. She needed information and support to help her understand what comes next.
Autumn’s 6 year old daughter was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome. She needed resources and knowledge to help her care for her child.
Brooke was ready to transition from childhood to adult care. She needed guidance and tools to help her find doctors in her area and receive proper care.
Bonnie received a late diagnosis at 19 years old. She needed experienced physicians and a support network to help her manage her health and cope with her diagnosis.
Do any of these situations sound familiar to you? Each Turner journey is unique, but we all have one thing in common – the need for education, resources, and awareness.
By supporting the Turner Syndrome Foundation, you will help make sure that care and support is available to women and girls in the future.
Your donation directly impacts Turner Syndrome education, research, awareness, and advocacy. What does that mean exactly? It means that, with your support, TSF can continue collaborating with universities and researchers to advance TS research – leading to improved treatment options. It also means that TSF can continue developing science-based education resources for those affected and professionals, like the lifecycle resources that offer information at every stage of your journey. And finally, it means that TSF can speak to legislators, insurance companies, and the general public on your behalf to increase awareness and get you the support you need.
With a donation to the Turner Syndrome Foundation today, you can be a hero for every woman and girl affected.
If you can’t give, what can you do? There are so many ways to be a hero for this community! Simple actions like signing the Awareness Month petition, becoming a volunteer, or joining the TSRX research registry make a huge impact!