Recently, The Atlantic magazine published a story about the social aspects and science of Williams syndrome. Writer David Robsons primary focus was the science of genes, the evolution of behavior and social instincts and what people with Williams syndrome can teach others.
One of the ways the WSA connects with the Williams syndrome community is by offering blog content on our website. We or guest bloggers write stories that inform on topics such as programs, research, and education as well as fun topics such as how best to utilize Disney with a child who has Williams syndrome. We are always seeking meaningful contributions and would love to hear from you! We know many of our member families and their children participate in great programs such as Best Buddies, Special Olympics, TeamIMPACT and more. We would love to hear about your experiences.
Do you ever wish that you could spend just an hour or so in a question and answer session with one of our professional advisors? Now you can! As an organization, it is always our goal to reach as many families affected by Williams syndrome as possible and we're excited to offer a way for parents and caregivers to connect with experts conveniently online.