The Prader-Willi Syndrome Association UK provides support and information to people with PWS and their families throughout the UK. People with PWS have a genetic disorder causing excessive appetite, learning disabilities, low muscle tone, immature physical growth, and behavioural problems.
Your support could help up provide services such as: a telephone, email and Facebook helpline for those seeking help, advice and support and information.
Donations and support could help us fund The Familynet project which provides a programme of regional family activities throughout the UK and training courses for professionals working with people with PWS to equip them with the skills to care for them appropriately.
It could also help with funding for opportunities for people to take part in research to bring about an end to Prader-Willi Syndrome.
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