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Posted Apr 28, 2020, by lauriej1
At the WSA, we are focused on rejuvenation-the process of making something fresh or new again.   We are working hard every day to ensure that our programming is still fresh and, where needed, brand new. Please read about our new programming and support! More about Maintaining a Resourceful and Supportive Community
Posted Apr 24, 2020, by lauriej1
As National Volunteer Week comes to a close, and with awareness month just around the corner, I want to take a moment to thank all of the amazing volunteers who are part of the WSA community.   More about A Salute to Our Volunteers…At the Heart of the Williams Syndrome Association
Posted Apr 06, 2020, by lauriej1
Please read the special message from Terry about the decision to cancel events including convention, and our committment to move forward in new ways as we continue to connect with the WSA community.  More about Letter from Terry: Convention and Events Decisions
Posted Mar 16, 2020, by lauriej1
We hope our virtual education resources help caregivers who are suddenly homeschooling, as we all adhere to directives for social distancing to help "flatten the curve."  More about We're Here to Help: Virtual Learning Resources
Posted Jan 07, 2020, by lauriej1
    When advocating for your child with WS or for yourself, it is important to recognize that WS is a rare enough disorder that most healthcare professionals would not be expected to be aware of the constellation of issues that can be involved.     More about Seeking Second Opinions and Providing WSA Resources