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The Connection between Turner Syndrome and Autism

Subscribe to our blog Is there a connection between Turner syndrome (TS) and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? Both conditions occur on a spectrum, which means they will vary greatly in how they present in patients. Is there a connection between the two conditions, though? While knowledge of both conditions changes over time, and we have […]

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My Story/Voices of Infertility: My Little Miracle Man

Subscribe to our blog The Turner Syndrome Foundation’s (TSF) My Story blog series highlights the experiences of individuals, families, and caregivers affected by Turner Syndrome (TS). Their stories have an incredible ability to inspire others and make a positive impact on the TS community. For many women with Turner Syndrome (TS), infertility is a devastating part

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Volunteers Drive Our Success

Subscribe to our blog Each April, we celebrate National Volunteer Week and Global Volunteer Month. Nonprofits, especially small organizations like the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF), rely heavily on volunteers to carry out their missions. We at TSF are so grateful for our volunteers; we could not do what we do without them! Let’s look at

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What School Psychologists Need to Know About Students with Turner Syndrome

Subscribe to our blog Students with Turner syndrome (TS) often have special needs in the classroom. Some experience nonverbal learning disorder (NVLD), social anxiety, or other challenges. School psychologists are in a unique position to nurture these students’ strengths and support them in their challenges. Below is a review of an article from the National

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Playing for a Purpose: LSU Women’s Basketball & Baton Rouge Attorney Support TS Awareness

During Turner Syndrome Awareness Month (TSAM) 2023, the Louisiana State University (LSU) Women’s Basketball Team held a Turner syndrome awareness night at its game on February 2nd. This was an exciting step in our awareness efforts that we are thrilled to share with you. Let’s learn more about how the Lady Tigers and their partners

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Turner Syndrome Awareness Month 2023: Let’s Keep the Momentum Going!

Subscribe to our blog Well, Turner Syndrome Awareness Month (TSAM) 2023 is a wrap, and what a wonderful month it was! Throughout February, the TS community–patients, families, advocates, and medical professionals–came together to raise awareness for this rare condition. The Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) sponsored a wide variety of activities and challenges for ”awareness ambassadors”

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Turner Syndrome & Verbal Skills: a Good-news Story!

Subscribe to our blog We often hear a lot about the challenges of Turner syndrome (TS), which vary from patient to patient. But let’s make sure to look at the positives, too! One of those for individuals with TS is having above-average verbal skills. How can we nurture this in individuals with TS and help

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Turner Syndrome & Family History/Heredity

Subscribe to our blog After a child receives a diagnosis of Turner Syndrome (TS), parents and caregivers are likely to have many questions regarding their child’s health and future. One common question is whether or not TS is hereditary or somehow preventable. While there are rare exceptions,TS is not considered hereditary, meaning that it generally

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TSF Celebrates National Disability Awareness Month

Subscribe to our blog March is National Disability Awareness Month. It is a time to celebrate the contributions of those with disabilities, including people who also have chronic conditions like Turner syndrome (TS). While TS is not in itself a disability, some individuals with the condition can also have physical or cognitive disabilities. The Turner

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