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The TSA Survey 2019 is now open. We urge you to complete it asap. The aim of this survey is to find out more about you, our TSC community. Your feedback is important in helping TSA focus its efforts and further improve our services, communications and fundraising. We are also … Read More
Tuberous Sclerosis Australia (TSA) is delighted to announce that Dr Fiona McKenzie, Geneticist at the King Edward Memorial Hospital for Women in Subiaco, Western Australia, is the winner of the 2019 Elizabeth Pinkerton Memorial Award. This award is given annually by TSA to a health professional in … Read More
Thanks to those who were able to attend TSA’s AGM last Sunday. It was a positive and productive meeting and we are delighted to welcome Miriam Chalk and Rob Haggett as new committee members and Alison McIvor as a re-elected … Read More
TSA’s new nurse service, run by Kim Kerin-Ayres is a free, confidential information and support service to support you with information, links to practical support and to help you live well with TSC. Kim can help you with any questions … Read More
TSA’s ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Sunday 29 September at 3pm Balmain Library Meeting Room, 370 Darling Street, Balmain, Sydney, NSW 2041 President Debbie Crosby and the TSA Management Committee would like to invite all members to the AGM for 2019. The … Read More
Do you or a member of your family have a genetic condition? Would you like to understand more about genes, genetic testing and research? Genetic Alliance is running a free information seminar on Wednesday 30 October 2019 from 10am to … Read More
The Elizabeth Pinkerton Memorial Award is presented annually by Tuberous Sclerosis Australia to a health professional to recognise their efforts in improving the lives of TSC-affected people and their families in Australia. Thank you for the nominations we have already … Read More
Epilepsy Action Australia has recently launched a new service for Australians living with epilepsy. This is great news for families affected by Tuberous Sclerosis Complex many of whom live with epilepsy too. Please connect with this service should you have any questions around yours or your child’s epilepsy.