Monthly Archives: March 2020


Events for Awareness

Planning an event is a great way to raise awareness! There are so many different activities that could be used as an opportunity to raise awareness. Think- a fun run, karaoke night, wine and cheese tasting, yoga session, scavenger hunt,…

Read More

Volunteering to Make a Difference

As you read last week, Cassidy is a woman who volunteers with us to make a difference. She shared her story of overcoming challenges, finding support, and connecting with the community. This week, she shares why she volunteers and the…

Read More

Recovering from Aortic Dissection Surgery

Christina is a woman who has Turner Syndrome, a wife, and a teacher. In this monthly blog series, she shares her experiences living with Turner Syndrome. This month I would like to shed some light on the recovery process after…

Read More

A Chat about Education

education and Turner syndrome Read More

Positivity through the Journey

“I have always been shorter and smaller than my peers and that’s okay. I like being my own unique self! We are all beautiful, no matter what!“ Cassidy is a woman who has Turner Syndrome with a story to share….

Read More

Preparing to Move it for Millie

Move it for Millie 2020

written by Heather Benoit- Millie’s Mom & Move it for Millie Event Director  Watch a video about Heather’s experience organizing this annual event. Overall, the impact of our event has been humbling and sincere. We have raised awareness throughout the…

Read More

Running My Race- Diagnosis is not Destiny

blog series with Katie Steedly curling

by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, Writer & Guest Blogger for TSF “Find an individual edge and push it and exceed it.” I recently completed my 14th half marathon. I started running races when I trained for a marathon at the…

Read More

Meet Kierstyn- Our Social Media Coordinator

Social Media Coordinator

About Me Hello, Turner Syndrome Foundation community! My name is Kierstyn Holly & I am the Social Media Coordinator here at TSF. I am currently a junior Public Relations major at Monmouth University. I am gaining knowledge and experience in…

Read More

Show Support for Your Loved One

Shop TSF

We have many new items in our shop that will help you show support for a loved one. When someone you care about sees you raising awareness of Turner Syndrome they will know that they are supported. 100% of proceeds…

Read More

©2020 Copyright Turner Syndrome Foundation - All rights Reserved.

X