TS Population In Idaho
There are about 481 women affected by Turner Syndrome in Idaho. Many of them do not even know they have TS. You can help!
Running for Team TSF! I originally contacted TSF to become a team member on an existing team, then discovered there was a need for involvement in the inland Northwest. I love to run and wanted to use this hobby to benefit something near and dear to me, and since my oldest daughter has TS, we also saw a gap in an organized TS community in our area. I contacted a number of different races, and chose the Coeur d’Alene marathon for a number of reasons. 1) it is closest to me (just an hour away) and 2) the Race Director has been very accommodating and willing to allow us to become a part of her event. 3) the race is over a holiday weekend in a resort town and is a destination race for people from all over the US and Canada.
TSF provides many ways for the community to connect, be social and contribute to the community outreach efforts. Many of our activities are virtual, so anyone, anywhere can participate. Check our event calendar to find out about our online events and to see if there is an event in a location near you!
Choose from exciting program areas to get involved in a big or small way: Raise Awareness, Share Education Resources, Advocate for Change, Research Initiatives and so much more. TSF offers orientation & ongoing support for your success.
Your State Resources:
- Contact State Legislators
- Department of Education
- Department of Health & Human Services
- Health Insurance
- Workforce Development
- 211 Helpline