February is Turner Syndrome Awareness Month

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Why is Awareness Month Important?

February 1 officially marks the start of Turner Syndrome Awareness Month! While it’s important to raise awareness for Turner Syndrome all year long, February is a chance to do a little more!

Everyone wants to raise awareness for a different reason because each Turner Syndrome story is so unique. Caregivers searching for ways to share a diagnosis are probably here for different reasons than a woman looking for adult resources. Or maybe you want to support someone affected by TS in your life. No matter what brought you here, it’s safe to say that we all want to raise awareness and make an impact for the future of Turner Syndrome care.

Awareness Month is so important because it is an opportunity for our community to come together. One person can make a tremendous impact, but together we can bring awareness to Turner Syndrome on a national scale!

Awareness Month 2019: Awareness in Action

This Awareness Month, we’re celebrating the power of one! If one person takes one action, the impact can be incredible! February is a special opportunity to show the world why Turner girls are amazing and why it’s important to recognize the signs of this condition that’s often misdiagnosed. Will you take a stand with us?

We have a toolkit for you sharing four easy ways you can take action! For most of them, you don’t even need to leave your living room! Like posting on social media or signing the online awareness petition. The toolkit also features resources to help you make a difference, from talking points to flyers and more!

Register now to receive the Awareness Month toolkit. One lucky winner who completes all 4 goals in the toolkit will receive free entrance to the Autumn Retreat! Goal #1 (Be the image of TS awareness with a personalized poster) will be completed for you once you register, so check your inbox!


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