Please join us for the 6th annual Lizzie’s Lunch. This year we have locked in a celebrity MC to join us – buy your tickets now so you don’t miss out.
It was announced today that TSA is one of 11 patient organisations that will receive funding support for a part-time telehealth nurse under the Patient Pathways program developed by the Centre for Community-Driven Research (CCDR). This pilot project is intended … Read More
You are invited to join TSA at our very first Connect weekend for adults living with TSC. The event will include TSC expert speakers, a chance to meet and connect with others living with TSC and an opportunity to discuss what further support you’d … Read More
The management committee of Tuberous Sclerosis Australia (TSA) would like to send our heartfelt thanks to our departing general manager, Clare Stuart. Clare has made a momentous contribution to the Australian TSC community and whilst we are sad to see … Read More
We are delighted to announce the Disabled Children’s Foundation has given a generous donation to Tuberous Sclerosis Australia (TSA). Thank you to everyone at the Disabled Children’s Foundation for choosing to support children with TSC. A $3,000 grant was recently donated … Read More
Tuberous Sclerosis Australia is searching for our next general manager. Since 2011 Clare Stuart has played a critical role in the development, growth and success of our organisation. Clare believes this is the right time for her to step down … Read More
Tuberous Sclerosis Australia is thrilled to announce our new partnership with nib foundation. Each year nib foundation donates around $2 million to make a positive difference to the health and wellbeing of Australian communities. The Australian TSC community thanks nib … Read More
This Christmas, you can help families like Felix’s have someone to turn to for life changing help and support.
Take a moment to imagine a world without TSA. In this world, when you or someone you love is diagnosed with this incurable rare disease, there is no one at the end of the phone that can answer your questions. There is no one who can listen to your fears and understand the shock, isolation and grief that comes after you hear the words ‘tuberous sclerosis complex’ for the first time.