Williams Syndrome – Questions and Concerns

  • What is Williams Syndrome?Williams Syndrome Answers Leaflet
  • What does a chromosome deletion mean?
  • What are the implications for the life and health of a person affected?
  • How can you help them?
  • How does this affect your family?
  • What can you expect in the future?

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This website was born out of our personal experiences of living with my sister, Linda, now an adult with Williams Syndrome. It will provide you with the sort of stuff that I wish someone had told me!

There’s lots we’d like to share with you about the practical experience of living with and caring for someone with Williams Syndrome – though I promise we won’t overwhelm you. Please do explore this site and the links. We’d like to welcome you to our community, share our experiences and also to learn from your experiences – if you’re willing.

We’re re-writing our information booklet so here’s an opportunity for you to get answers to your questions included.

When it comes to Williams Syndrome or living with/caring for someone who has Williams Syndrome, what would you like to know? Send us your questions at http://williamssyndromeadult.com/your-questions.

Here’s hoping you keep in touch and, when you’re ready, add your experiences to the resources available for all families and carers providing support for people with Williams Syndrome.