What is Williams Syndrome? Williams syndrome is a rare genetic condition that is present at birth. It is caused by a random genetic deletion and can affect anyone. It occurs equally in males and females, all cultures and to birth parents of all ages....read More
The Canadian Association for Williams Syndrome (CAWS) provides support to Williams syndrome individuals, their families and caregivers, coast-to-coast. Our grassroots, parent-volunteer run organization is on a mission to spread awareness, raise funds, support research and connect families touched by Williams syndrome. We are a small but mighty National Registered Charity, whose impact can be felt in tiny towns and big cities across Canada.
Originally from Quebec, Nathalie now lives in Warman, Saskatchewan (just 20 min North of Saskatoon) and is a mother of two: Paul (WS) and Mélina.
Coralee and her husband David live in Winnipeg with their boys; Cael, Chase (WS) and Carter.
Wife and Mom to two, awareness events are just up Jodie's alley.
Melanie is a writer and tireless advocate for Williams Syndrome.
David Olson is pleased to have been your CAWS Treasurer for over 10 years. He lives in North Vancouver, BC, with his wife and two boys.
Blaise and Michelle Dobbin live in southeastern New Brunswick region with their two kids Megan and Nolan (WS).
Walk for the CAWS Halifax June 8, 2019 • 9 AM We Hope you’ll join us at The Happiest Walk in Canada The walk...
This year, the Happiest Walk in Canada is in Langley! You’ll find us at the West Picnic Shelter AGENDA: 11:00 registration 11:30 walk 12:00 lunch 1:00-2:00...