Written by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, writer, and guest blogger for the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF). Katie writes monthly about her experiences living with Turner Syndrome (TS). In this article, she reflects on finding her “something”–a cause that speaks to her…Read More
Written by Cassidy Hooper, TSF volunteer Twitter Chat Facilitator Our Twitter discussion in May was about Turner Syndrome (TS) and relationships. It was so interesting and inspiring to learn about all the personal experiences with relationships as they relate to…Read More
Susan Herman is a woman with Turner Syndrome and a volunteer blog post editor for TSF. This is her story. “I was lucky enough to find the Turner Syndrome Foundation and other support resources. It has meant a lot to…Read More
There will be obstacles that we may have to face in reaching our dreams and potential that others don’t, but we were born over-comers Written by Angela, TS woman and TSF volunteer, who shares about overcoming challenges My Diagnosis After…Read More
As you read last week, Cassidy is a woman who volunteers with us to make a difference. She shared her story of overcoming challenges, finding support, and connecting with the community. This week, she shares why she volunteers and the…Read More
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…Read More
If you’re still deciding which organization you plan to support this giving season, let our community show you why Turner Syndrome Foundation is the right choice! When my daughter, Julie, was born with Turner Syndrome we had never heard of…Read More
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