A recently published study from the global EPISTOP study suggests that we can use developmental assessments of babies as young as six months old to predict which will go on to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Recently Selina, mother of Liam who lives with TSC attended and spoke at our 2018 Sydney TAND event. Selina writes a blog about the funny parts of life with TSC and autism. Here is what she had to say: “Mr … Read More
Thank you Anna and Marian for inspiring a great story on TSC and the importance of fundraising for TSC research in Australia. Take a look at the unique way they are helping TSA. Their efforts are inspired by Anna’s son … Read More
Kate Green, part of Tuberous Sclerosis Australia’s management committee, has been profiled along with her son Hamish in a Melbourne newspaper. The article promotes the fantastic support they receive from Brainwave. Thank you to Brainwave and all the other fantastic … Read More
Joelle and Ava from Perth, Western Australia, have been featured in a Perth Now article describing the benefits that hemp oil has had for Ava. Hemp oil is not legal in Australia and has not been assessed by the therapeutic … Read More
This beautiful story about Alex and his family celebrates his talent as an artist. Fiona is our regional contact in Queensland and happy to hear from anyone in QLD who needs some support or advice on living with TSC. Contact … Read More