May is Williams Syndrome Awareness Month!
Hello, WSA community. Following the advice of medical professionals and government officials about large-gatherings, we have cancelled in-person awareness events for April and May. We invite you all to join our community in virtual awareness events and activities and, if the time is right for your family, to include a call to action to help us support the critical programs of the WSA. Details for our awareness activities are listed below. Thank you for your continued support.
Though we couldn't host walks in person, we will be doing one viritually this summer! Details coming soon.
Awareness month activities
Week Four: Hug it Forward Challenge
The WSA has 19 regions across the country, and each region is going to have a dedicated special day to show who they are and why they are awesome. We'd like our community to share some video of your daughter or son with WS, or someone close to them sharing a fact about WS and what makes them special, like Isaiah does below! For information on our regions and to join the Facebook groups for your region, visit this page. We may even have some special guests take over our Instagram, so please follow us there as well. @williamssyndrome For the schedule and hashtags, click here.
May is a great month to share videos! Find them on our Youtube channel.
Created by our friend Jessica Connor of Outshine Labels, these are a nice way to spread awareness through your profile pics in May!
She also created themed message images to use when you're posting about Williams syndrome throughout the month--they're a great enhancement to your stories!
The whole series can be viewed and downloaded here.
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Thousands of people join the Williams Syndrome Association every year to raise awareness for Williams syndrome, a genetic condition that remains virtually unknown to the general public, educators and many doctors. For some shareable information cards, click here.
If you'd like to make a donation in honor of awareness month, please click here.
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