Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of Victoria

Empowering people living with Prader-Willi Syndrome through support, education, advocacy and awareness

PWSA Victoria Training

Tailored training and Education programs available to families, Disability Support Providers, Employers, Supervisors, Educators, Medical and Allied Health Professionals.

15 for 15 Challenge

Prader-Willi Syndrome does not stop so neither can we! Will you be joining the Challenge this May?

Join our community and enjoy ongoing help & support.

Members receive a quarterly newsletter with up to date information as well as notification of upcoming events and dates. Joining the Association gives you the opportunity to make contact with other parents and exchange information.

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Interactive Story Time

Calling for expressions of interest Living with Prader-Willi Syndrome is challenging for the individuals but can be just as challenging for their family including siblings.  Children who have a sibling with a disability are often more…

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Discovering the artist within

Hayley, our 35-year-old daughter, was born before genetic testing for Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) existed and little was known about the condition. Diagnosis was given when a person displayed at…

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A collage of photos taken of participants at the previous PWSA Vic Time Out Camp, with Time Out Camp 2021 logo in the centre.

PWSA Vic Time Out Camp 2021

Camp Toolangi, September 25th 10am (Saturday) to September 28th (Tuesday)  It seems like a lifetime since our community have been able to gather together, renew our friendships and meet new…

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Help create the change we need!

The Prader-Willi Syndrome Association of Victoria (PWSA Victoria) believes that every person living with Prader-Willi Syndrome deserves every opportunity to live a full and inclusive life. By supporting the PWSA Vic you are helping us:

  • provide vital on the ground support and services to families living with PWS,
  • provide education and training programs to families, Disability Support Providers, Employers, Supervisors, Educators, Medical and Allied Health Professionals,
  • continue in our advocacy efforts to create positive changes that will continue to impact the lives of all people living with Prader-Willi Syndrome now and in the future.
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