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Held biennially in July, the National Convention brings together the foremost experts on Williams syndrome and related characteristics to discuss the latest research findings, medical treatments, and educational strategies. More than fifty educational sessions provide families with the latest resources and information, while children are entertained and cared for in specialized age-appropriate programs.
The Williams Syndrome Association (WSA) will be holding its 2020 convention virtually, from October 5-18. The WSA is the most comprehensive resource for people and families living with Williams syndrome as well as doctors, researchers and educators. The WSA provides resources, support and the latest medical information to help your child today and throughout his/her life.
Join your colleagues in the Parent Center network and our partner organizations for this time to learn and share information and ideas to help “Build Strong Centers for Stronger Families!” The conference goal is to enhance your organization's capacity to serve and support the full range of diverse parents, children, and young adults with disabilities.