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Tips for Obtaining your Driver’s License

driving

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….

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Events for Awareness

2020 spaghetti dinner venue

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,…

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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…

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A Chat about Education

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Leaping for Turner Syndrome Awareness

February Awareness Month may be over, but we want to raise awareness year-round! We asked for photo submissions on Leap Day, February 29th, a bonus day of Awareness Month that only comes once every four years. Thanks for sharing your…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Self-Advocacy for Better Health

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 open-heart surgery that…

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Camp Carefree 2020

Camp Carefree is a wonderful camp in North Carolina that is offering a week of camp for girls who have Turner Syndrome this summer! Each week in the summer, they host children that have various health challenges. They offer an…

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