February & Everyday Awareness | Turner Syndrome Foundation

February & Everyday Awareness

Turner Syndrome is a leading genetic disorder in females. More than 97% of TS pregnancies are tragically lost, accounting for 20% of all miscarriages. Our goal is to save lives, lower diagnosis age, and improve care standards. This is made possible only by the support of generous donors and volunteers.

As impactful as this condition is, it still remains relatively unknown among the general public. Raising awareness of TS requires everyone who is personally affected to raise their voices and champion this cause. We encourage you to take action – only you can share your unique perspective of TS. Are you ready to join our efforts and change the future of TS care?

February is Turner Syndrome Awareness Month, a special opportunity to take action! Every February our community comes together to post, share, talk, and educate. We challenge you to take action this February – then keep the momentum going all year long!

In the Awareness Toolkit, we’re sharing all of the tools you’ll need to successfully raise awareness in your community. From graphics to share on social media to talking points to help you feel confident when discussing TS. Remember, one action can get things started, but continued action will bring real change!

Using a mug like this one is a great way to raise awareness of TS! Whether you’re sipping a cup of tea while you have guests over at home, or drinking coffee in the office, the “1 in 2000” quote is a great conversations starter. Shop mugs!

Awareness Committee

Established in 2020, the TSF Awareness Committee is led by a group of passionate volunteers who are dedicated to raising awareness of Turner Syndrome. The group works to brainstorm, plan, and implement projects that will increase the awareness of Turner Syndrome.

Current Members

Interested in joining the Awareness Committee? Contact us at awareness@tsfusa.org.

The Awareness Committee’s Questions Campaign creates videos in which women who have Turner Syndrome, caregivers, partners, and more share their experiences. Follow our YouTube channel to see all of the video uploads!

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