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Williams Syndrome resources

Posted 8/17/2012

The Williams Syndrome Association (WSA) http://www.williams-syndrome.org/ was formed in 1982 by, and for, families of individuals with Williams syndrome.

The WSA is the most comprehensive resource for people and families living with Williams syndrome as well as doctors, researchers and educators.  The WSA provides resources, support and the latest medical information to help your child today and throughout his/her life.  By joining, you’ll become part of the largest organization dedicated to improving the lives of people living with WS.

No matter the age or stage of your family member with WS, you are not alone.  The WSA offers support and will help you navigate the challenges from diagnosis through adulthood.
 

The Williams Syndrome Family of Hope, Inc. http://www.wsfamilyofhope.org/ is a grassroots not for profit organization that was formed by families for families. Our mission is to provide support, resources, education and financial assistance to those affected by Williams syndrome.  Spreading awareness is key. Educating physicians, therapists and educators is imperative.

Williams Syndrome Family of Hope, Inc. has been created to enhance the lives of individuals living with Williams syndrome.  We are dedicated to raising public awareness about Williams syndrome and its effects on the individual and their family.

Please join our efforts to provide hope, financial aid and relief for the constant, complex and ongoing medical and financial needs of families and individuals with Williams syndrome.
The formation of Williams Syndrome Family of Hope is in loving memory of the children who have died from complications of Williams syndrome and to honor the individuals who live with the syndrome.

 

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