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Posted Sep 27, 2019, by lauriej1
If you currently benefit, or have previously benefited, from the Williams Syndrome Association’s programs and services, join us for the largest in-person forum in the world, our convention, where families and professionals share expertise and groundbreaking information.  More about Together, We Can Do More
Posted Aug 23, 2019, by lauriej1
One mom realizes the power of letting her daughter be herself.  More about The First Day of School and Following a Child's Lead
Posted Jul 16, 2019, by lauriej1
Did you know that many funding sources are available for families who would like to attend educational conventions and conferences such as ours in Phoenix next year from July 8-11? Have you been wondering where/how to start? Now is the time to start planning! More about Thinking Ahead to Phoenix 2020
Posted Jul 03, 2019, by lauriej1
In 1983, no one really knew how big the WSA might become, or the range of support that the organization could, and would, provide to families. They only knew they wanted to help in every way possible.  Read how awareness month has changed everything!   More about July Blog: Awareness--Simply Life-Changing!
Posted May 01, 2019, by lauriej1
Increased knowledge of Williams syndrome is a year-round priority for the WSA.  Our vision is that all individuals with Williams syndrome will have the support they need throughout their lifespan to live healthy, self-directed, productive and fulfilling lives, and that is a tall order. That’s why each year during the month of May, we ask that everyone in our community joins us in a special effort to increase awareness in your communities.  More about Awareness Month 2019: A Message from Terry Monkaba