Become a Member

For thirty years, TSSUS has been empowering, educating, and supporting the TS community through various programs, resources, research, local events, our website, and national conferences. YOU can be a part of this mission by becoming a member of the Turner Syndrome Society.

All memberships renewed within 45 days of expiration receive $5.00 off the membership fee.

Individual Membership (1 Year)

An individual membership is an excellent option if you are a woman with TS, a parent whose daughter no longer lives at home, or an individual supporter of TSSUS. Individual members receive a discounted conference rate and a 10% discount in our online store in addition to the standard member benefits.

$45.00

Family Membership (1 Year)

Want to include the whole family? Then this option is for you. The Family membership offers a discounted national conference rate for each family member and a 10% discount in our online store in addition to standard member benefits. 

$65.00

Professional Membership (1 Year)

Are you a healthcare professional or other specialist who wants to be a part of supporting the Turner syndrome community? We created this option especially for you. Professional members receive a discounted conference rate as well as bulk discounts on resources such as Turner Syndrome: A Guide for Families. In addition, you will receive immediate review of study opportunities, information to be placed on the TSSUS website, or e-mails announcing opportunities to be sent out by TSSUS. Professional members are also listed in our online provider directory.

$75.00

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Member Benefits
  • New Member Information Packet

  • Awareness Package for February awareness month (mailed in January)

  • Opportunities to hold local TS events in your area

  • Access to current TSSUS members by first name, last name, state, or city; contact those in your area to find physicians or other resources.

  • Member Discount pricing for the online store

  • Member Discount pricing for the annual conference for one person with an Individual Membership. Discount for each family member with Family Membership

  • Voting privileges and opportunities for board and committee positions

  • Conference brochure mailed directly to you. (International members will receive all information by email attachments or as website downloads.)

  • Ask the Expert: ask a TSSUS Professional Advisory Board member a question at tssus@turnersyndrome.org

Professional Members

receive these additional benefits:

 

  • Direct contact with members of the TSSUS Professional Advisory Board

  • TSSUS online Provider Directory listing

  • Bulk discounts for TSSUS resource materials such as the Turner Syndrome: A Guide for Families and DVD's.

  • Immediate review of study opportunities or information to be placed on the TSSUS website or e-mails announcing opportunities to be sent out by TSSUS.

  • Satisfaction of knowing the TSSUS values your support and continued interest.

New Member Information Packet

  • TSSUS folder with pockets for organizing your resources

  • A copy of the Clinical Practice Guideline for TS

  • The most current issue, plus a one year subscription to TSS Connect, our full-color publication containing articles, photos, updates, resource reviews, and more! 

  • Turner syndrome general information brochure and fold over awareness card with information about TS

  • Scholarship applications for Camp, Annual Conference, and College

  • TS awareness button pin to show off your support

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