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ALABAMA

Liz Fontenot

Our focus is to provide basic support to anyone in the TS community.  We meet twice a year at various locations throughout the state (event locations vary based on the type of event).  Please join our fun group! 

ARIZONA

Kelly Jasper

We are the Arizona Resource Group for the Turner Syndrome Society.  Our focus is to provide basic support and resources to all those affected by Turner Syndrome. As a group, we want to raise awareness of Turner syndrome and fundraise for the Turner Syndrome Society.  All are welcome!  We meet several times throughout the year at various locations throughout the state (event locations vary based on the type of event).  We would love for you to join us.  Please let us know how we can serve you! 

CALIFORNIA- north & central

Rosemary Morris

We are the Central and Northern California Turner Syndrome Resource Group of the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States.  Our focus is to provide basic support to all of the girls, women, and their families who have been touched by Turner Syndrome.  We are widely known for our TS Patient Family Education Days, which are held at various major children’s hospitals through Central and Northern California.  We usually have approximately 60 to 70 individuals and their families in attendance.  We also meet at various restaurants throughout the SF Bay Area and Sacramento.  We have held TS Awareness Walks for at our State Capitol Building in Sacramento.

CALIFORNIA- north & central

Rosemary Morris

We are the Central and Northern California Turner Syndrome Resource Group of the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States.  Our focus is to provide basic support to all of the girls, women, and their families who have been touched by Turner Syndrome.  We are widely known for our TS Patient Family Education Days, which are held at various major children’s hospitals through Central and Northern California.  We usually have approximately 60 to 70 individuals and their families in attendance.  We also meet at various restaurants throughout the SF Bay Area and Sacramento.  We have held TS Awareness Walks for at our State Capitol Building in Sacramento.

CALIFORNIA- north & central

Rosemary Morris

We are the Central and Northern California Turner Syndrome Resource Group of the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States.  Our focus is to provide basic support to all of the girls, women, and their families who have been touched by Turner Syndrome.  We are widely known for our TS Patient Family Education Days, which are held at various major children’s hospitals through Central and Northern California.  We usually have approximately 60 to 70 individuals and their families in attendance.  We also meet at various restaurants throughout the SF Bay Area and Sacramento.  We have held TS Awareness Walks for at our State Capitol Building in Sacramento.

CALIFORNIA- north & central

Rosemary Morris

We are the Central and Northern California Turner Syndrome Resource Group of the Turner Syndrome Society of the United States.  Our focus is to provide basic support to all of the girls, women, and their families who have been touched by Turner Syndrome.  We are widely known for our TS Patient Family Education Days, which are held at various major children’s hospitals through Central and Northern California.  We usually have approximately 60 to 70 individuals and their families in attendance.  We also meet at various restaurants throughout the SF Bay Area and Sacramento.  We have held TS Awareness Walks for at our State Capitol Building in Sacramento.

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advance knowledge, facilitate research, and support all those touched by Turner syndrome.

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