TSA’s next Zoom Education Event is on Tuesday 27 July 2021 at 7pm AEST. Topic: Autism (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Presenters: Vinita Prasad, Developmental Paediatrician and John Tracey, Child Development Nurse Navigator for ASD, Queensland Children’s Hospital, … Read More
Flinders University Medical School is conducting a research project into how TSC patients and their carers are impacted by the disease, and how the medical system can best help. See below for more information. If you think you’d like to … Read More
Did you see Matlida in the news? This is a wonderful story about how a special frame enables Matilda to run free. Nine-year-old Matilda was born with TSC, which has affected her mobility, but she now easily keeps up … Read More
We’re looking for a digital communications assistant to support our website and social media communications. If you have 2-3 hours per week available, have an eye for detail and are a whizz with websites, Facebook and the like, then we’d … Read More
Back in 1981 Lynn Wilson sent a letter to New Idea calling for families living with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex to get in touch with her. Forty years later, the same magazine has featured the story of TSA’s founder. Thank you to New Idea for printing Lynn’s story and thank you to the many volunteers over so many years who have helped make sure that everyone in Australia living with TSC has someone and somewhere to turn to.
The Elizabeth Pinkerton Memorial award is given annually by Tuberous Sclerosis Australia to a health professional to recognise their efforts to improve the lives of TSC affected people and their families in Australia. Nominations for the 2021 Award close on … Read More
Our friends at TSC Europe have put together this video for the International TSC Community to raise awareness about Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. You might recognise a couple of familiar faces from our TSC Community here in Australia. Well done to … Read More
Thank you to everyone who supported the 8th Lizzie’s Lunch at The Hills Lodge on Sunday 20 June. It was a wonderful day and raised $24,191 to help individuals and families facing the challenges of life with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex … Read More