More and more LSA members are communicating online through the LSA discussion list called "LSA-Talk". LSA-Talk is private discussion forum for parents, friends and professionals involved in the care of an individual affected by Lowe Syndrome. LSA-Talk allows authorized subscribers to send, read and respond to email messages on any topic of common interest. Messages are delivered to LSA-Talk subscriber by email, either as soon as the message is received by LSA-Talk, or as a digest at the end of each day (based on your preferences).

Participation is subject to approval from the LSA or the list moderator. If you are interested in joining LSA-Talk, you must be an LSA member in good standing and have access to email and the Internet. Even if you don't have a computer at home, many public libraries and community organizationsf offer public access to the Internet. Free email accounts are available on the Internet through Yahoo, Hotmail and other providers.

Subscription Requests

LSA-Talk is open to parents, caregivers, and family members who are current LSA members in good standing . This rule is strictly enforced. If you are a current member of the Lowe Syndrome Association, and in good standing, you may request a LSA-Talk subscription by filling out the subscription request form.

All requests are subject to approval from the LSA-Talk administrator and/or LSA Webmaster. The LSA Board of Directors and the LSA-Talk administrators reserve the right to remove any LSA-Talk participate from the list at any time for any reason deemed appropriate by the LSA Board of Directors or LSA-Talk administrator.

Sending Plain Text Messages

The LSA-Talk discussion list will only accept plain text messages -- unformatted messages that contain no HTML or other formatting. Double check when sending email that the message is being sent as "plain text", or that you have formatting turned off.

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