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Posted Sep 22, 2020, by lauriej1
New: Navigating the special education system during a pandemic can be utterly overwhelming.  In order to support you with distance learning and IEP management, we are happy to provide new resources and guidelines.  More about COVID-19 IEP and School Guidelines for Children with Williams syndrome
Posted Aug 23, 2020, by lauriej1
Joelle Packard recently embarked on a new journey and moved into her dorm to start the college program CarolinaLIFE at University of South Carolina.More about Off to College: Joelle Attends University of South Carolina
Posted Aug 06, 2020, by lauriej1
With your support, in a year when we did not know what might happen, we are now halfway to balancing our budget,  halfway to ensuring our ability to continue to provide quality programs, scholarships and research funding without pause. There is more to be done, but achieving this milestone provides me with tremendous affirmation for the work that we do and speaks to the strength of a community that I am proud to be part of.  Thank you for joining us for the first ever virtual Walk for Williams. Thank you for all you do to support the WSA. And thank you for helping to create a second family that is strong, resilient, and above all, special!  More about A Personal Thank You from Terry Monkaba
Posted Jul 14, 2020, by lauriej1
A July update from Jessica Waxler, MS and Barbara Pober, MD, Williams Syndrome Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.     More about Decision Making: COVID 19
Posted Jun 02, 2020, by lauriej1
Discrimination and racism go against our deeply held values of inclusion and equity.  More about Statement of Solidarity