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Tips for Obtaining your Driver’s License

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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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A Chat about Education

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Attend the Patient Workshop in California!

Cedars Sinai Workshop

Join the Department of Pediatrics at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California for a Turner Syndrome workshop! This workshop will take place on January 9, 2020 from 12:30 to 2. It features lectures by Dr. Michelle Schwieger and…

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Charitable giving is easy for New Jersey state employees!

New Jersey state employees have the opportunity to support us throughout the year thanks to the New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign!

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Tools for Going Back to School

Back to School

The start of Fall is about more then heading back to school. It means getting back to our usual routines. For girls and women with Turner Syndrome, it can be especially important to establish routines, and doing so can help…

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Back to School Guide

Back to School

Back to School It’s that time of the year again – summer is coming to an end and parents are getting their children ready to go back to school. Every student follows a similar checklist such as buying new notebooks,…

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A Girl on a Mission

Jenna is a twelve-year old student at St. Raymond Elementary, a parochial school, located in Bronx, NY. She is a high-spirited student that illuminates with a natural talent of song and theatrical presence representative of any Broadway bound starlet. Jenna…

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Succeed in School

Every day two or more girls with TS are born in the United States. Resources are available to help these young scholars succeed.

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