It’s National Volunteer Month! Today we are highlighting Leisa Jenkins, mother of a girl who has Turner Syndrome, coach, author of 10x Your Inner Rockstar, and a TSF volunteer. As a volunteer, Leisa is a member of our Engaged Volunteer…Read More
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 after aortic dissection surgery. Life Post-Surgery Hello again! I hope everyone is doing well…Read More
Written by Cassidy Hooper, Turner Syndrome woman and TSF volunteer Twitter Chat Facilitator What a great discussion about mental health and Turner Syndrome we had on Twitter on March 25th! We got to learn so much from women with Turner…Read More
Many people don’t realize that Turner Syndrome is more than just short stature. It can lead to many different health concerns, including hearing loss. Up to 90% of TS patients have sensorineural hearing loss. Also, up to 80% of TS…Read More
Written by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, Writer & Guest Blogger for TSF Everything Feels Different As someone with Turner Syndrome, how do you cope with grief during a pandemic? “Normal” coping is a debatable idea to begin with, but it…Read More
Susan Herman is a woman with Turner Syndrome and a volunteer blog post editor for TSF. This is her story. “I was lucky enough to find the Turner Syndrome Foundation and other support resources. It has meant a lot to…Read More
A common challenge for women and teenagers who have Turner Syndrome is obtaining a Driver’s License. Cognitive issues related to visual-spatial awareness and executive functioning are often associated with TS. These challenges can make it difficult to learn to drive….Read More
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