Community groups and other TSC groups
Groups other than the Tuberous Sclerosis Association focused on improving the lives of people affected by Tuberous Sclerosis Complex
The Tuberous Sclerosis Association (TSA) is the only UK charity focused on improving the lives of people affected by Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC).
However, there exists a number of other groups in the UK and beyond that bring together the TSC community for support and friendship.
Here, we have listed some of the most prominent groups and pages that the TSC community in the UK might be interested in connecting with.
‘Tuberous Sclerosis Outlook Group’ Facebook page
The Outlook group is a close-knit and very friendly group of adults mildly affected by TSC. They get together every year at the TSA’s flagship Outlook events, with the Facebook group helping to keep every in touch for the rest of year. New members are always warmly received and very welcome!
Click here to visit the Outlook group Facebook page.
‘Tuberous Sclerosis Mums & Dads UK’ Facebook page
A community of over 400 parents of children living with TSC in the UK. TSC Mums & Dads UK is a mutual support group, set up by TSC Parents, for UK parents who have children and adults living with TSC.
Click here to visit the Tuberous Sclerosis Mums & Dads UK Facebook page.
‘Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) Worldwide’ Facebook page
A worldwide group that brings together everyone in the TSC community. With almost 4,000 members, TSC Worldwide aims to unite the TSC community worldwide, crossing borders and cultures.
Click here to visit the Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) Worldwide Facebook page.
Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance Facebook discussion group
Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance is a TSC charity in the United States. Their Facebook discussion group hosts an active and warm community of TSC community members worldwide, with over 9,000 page followers.
Click here to visit the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance Facebook discussion group.
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