Nominations for the 2020 Elizabeth Pinkerton Memorial Award are closing soon. We encourage families and individuals affected by TSC who would like to show their appreciation of a particular health professional to make a nomination. Nominations must be submitted by 31 July 2020.
TSA is offering two free zoom education events on topics you have told us you need help with. We will connect you with leading experts who can offer practical tips and answer your questions. These online events are free to … Read More
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Friday 15 May, TSC Global Awareness Day for the launch of our Parachute Pack. If you missed it, you can click here to view a recording of the event. We are thrilled that families of children who are diagnosed with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) will, for the first time, have access to accurate, up-to-date support and information packs, ensuring they are aware of life-changing early intervention treatments for their child.
We would like to invite our TSC Community to join in a very time-sensitive, international research project aimed at finding out how individuals with special needs are coping with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and all its repercussions. Dr Ru Ying … Read More
You are invited to join us at 10am (AEST) on Friday 15 May for a zoom video call to mark TSC Global Awareness Day and celebrate the launch of TSA’s new diagnosis parachute packs. Get your family together and have some fun. Put on your (temporary) TSC wave tattoos and give us a song, a dance, or just a wave to show your support for everyone living with TSC.
You may find the following tips for parents and carers in the time of COVID-19 a helpful resource. This information was shared with us by Prof Petrus de Vries, a child and adolescent psychiatrist at the University of Cape Town, South Africa who specialises in TAND (TSC Associated Neuropsychiatric Disorders).