At eight months old, Tamsin Klosowski was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder known as Tuberous Sclerosis Complex. According to the NIH website, this disease is “characterized by the growth of numerous noncancerous (benign) tumors in many parts of the body,” often affecting the brain and causing seizures.
Tamsin begins second grade this school year, and according to her parents, she loves to dance, sing, and climb on everything. The prolonged seizures have slowed down, but Tamsin continues to require ongoing help of weekly occupational, physical, and speech therapist appointments.
This past weekend, Tamsin’s extended family (which includes our own Donna Stewart) held a golf outing for her benefit as she continues to receive treatment and care. Wright Beamer is honored to have supported this wonderful event for a wonderful little girl.