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Lori’s Scrapbooking for Awareness

Lori is board member for the Turner Syndrome Foundation. She has created a community of support for Turner Syndrome through her love for scrapbooking. Lori’ daughter, Julie, was diagnosed at six weeks old. When it came to caring for and…

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Welcome!

Girl with Turner Syndrome

Learn the indications of TS and understand your diagnosis!

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Turner Syndrome affects 1 in 2,000 females

Girl with Turner Syndrome

She is a daughter, a sister, a friend. Women and precious babies diagnosed with Turner Syndrome require a lifetime of specialized care.

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Reflections from a Volunteer: Turner Syndrome Meet Up

A few weeks ago, I hosted a picnic and walk meet up at Eno River State Park in Durham, North Carolina through the Turner Syndrome Foundation. Choosing a public location meant that I didn’t need to make any expensive reservations…

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TS Podcast: The Butterfly Pod

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Brooke Caron and her mom, Kathy, are veteran volunteers of the Turner Syndrome Foundation! They’ve been successful in raising awareness of TS, even getting Turner Syndrome Awareness Month declared in their home state of Maine. Now they’re getting creative with…

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Support TSF at Work

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Do you know all of the ways your employer can support TSF? Learn about them here (you may even get a day off to volunteer)!

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Host a Casual Day Fundraiser

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Thinking of all the ways you can get involved this Awareness Month can be overwhelming! “Do I want to host an event? Should I schedule a meeting with my legislators?” No need to worry – we’ve got an easy solution…

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Cards For Charity

“I am selling my homemade cards on the Cards for Charity Facebook page with all money from the sales being donated to the Turner Syndrome Foundation from now through March.  Some of the lovely designers have sent me their cards…

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My Story: “It’s Rewarding to Help Others”

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A Turner Syndrome Advocacy Volunteer Shares Her Story My name is Kym and I was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at 16 years old. I was born the youngest of six with my twin brother in 1971. Growing up I showed…

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The Power Within You

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These moments in history show the power we all have within us if we’re willing to stand up and take action. What power do you have within you?

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