Become a Member
Education professionals have the power to influence every step of a Turner Syndrome girl’s journey, from early childhood through adolescence. Be our partner in caring by becoming a member today. Teachers, social workers, administrators, school nurses, and professors are invited to join.
Why Join Now?
Turner Syndrome affects every 1 in 2,000 females. How many students attend your school or university? It is likely that throughout your career, you will meet a student with Turner Syndrome. Since Turner Syndrome is a spectrum disorder, each girl with Turner Syndrome will have a unique, often complicated, journey. It is important that all education professionals be prepared to assist these students to create an optimal learning environment. Unfortunately, a number of educators do not have experience with Turner Syndrome and Nonverbal Learning Disabilities. If you do have experience with Turner Syndrome students, join today and become a resource for girls and families looking for support. If you do not have experience with these girls, become a member to learn how to best serve your students.
Benefits of TSF Membership
By becoming a member of Turner Syndrome Foundation, you will join a community of professionals dedicated to Turner Syndrome research and care. Some of the many membership benefits include being displayed as a key stakeholder of TSF, speaking and writing opportunities, a free Turner Syndrome Teacher’s Guide, and the chance to develop and foster important relationships with TS students and other professionals. Join Turner Syndrome Foundation’s professional membership today to define your identity as a TS resource and have a voice in the future of Turner Syndrome care.
- Premier inclusion in the Professional Member List
- Leadership opportunities to research, write, and make presentations
- Receive a complimentary Teacher’s Guide
- Newsletter subscription
Option 1: Designed for professionals who would like to receive a timely exchange of resources, information, and opportunities to advance Turner Syndrome knowledge.
Option 2: Designed for a group of up to 10 individuals from the same school, university, or affiliation.
Turner Syndrome Foundation annual membership fees are valid for one calendar year after the paid by date. Membership must be renewed by that date the following year in order to remain a member.