Welcome

 As the school year kicks off, make sure you are ready for the challenges that brings. Here are a few things that can help to make this transition easier:

Back to School Checklist
Diet Management at School
Positive Behavior Tips for Educators
Food Security for the Educational Environment
Homework Struggles
Behavior Response to Anger, Anxiety, and Frustration

The office has moved!!  The new address is PWSA of WI, Inc., 536 7th Street, Menasha, WI 54952! 

Joshua Escher is our new Program Director!! 

 

 

PWSA of WI, Inc.'s 2014 Annual Report is available for viewing here.

 

Our Mission 

 

 

To support, educate and advocate for persons with Prader-Willi syndrome, their families and professionals in meeting the challenges of this disability.

PWSA of WI, Inc. was established in 1992 by a group of concerned parents of children and adults with Prader-Willi Syndrome. The organization is governed by a Board of Directors who are elected every two years, and employs a full-time Program Director  In addition, the organization relies greatly on the volunteer efforts of its members.

PWSA of WI, Inc. provides cost-effective, time-efficient measures to support, educate and advocate for persons with PWS and all who support them across the State of Wisconsin.

Our work includes:

  • Connecting families and professionals to resources in their communities and providing consultative and educational services as needed.
  • Advocating for persons with PWS by participating in residential, educational and other planning and team meetings.
  • Organizing parent and professional workshops and training.

The resources listed on this website are provided for informational purposes only. PWSA of Wisconsin, Inc. does not endorse any particular therapy or provider.

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