Building Resilience in Families Where a Family Member has PWS:Service Providers play a significant role in promoting resilience in families where there is a need to manage PWS....... for article and detailed poster.
On-Line Learning Resource: Successfully Supporting People with Prader-Willi Syndrome.
This on-line course adds new content to the PWS Handbook and covers best practices in working with children, youth and adults with PWS.
The PWS Network is managed by the PWS Network Steering Committee, with the assistance of Community Living Dufferin. Members of the Steering Committee include:
Sheryl Chandler, Community Living Dufferin (Chairperson); Mary Hartman, Aldaview Services; Bonnie Jankowski, Community Living Burlington; Kelly Heimbecker, Community Living York South; Pat McCoy, Central West Specialized Developmental Services; JoAnne Nugent, Humber College; Cathie Sondergaard, Infant and Child Development Services of Peel; Nita Goldband, OPWSA; Melonie Sampson, Vita Community Services; Patricia Hood-MacNicol, Regional Ethics Program (Trillium Health Centre, Credit Valley Hospital); Barbara Horvath, PWS Network Project Manager
Send us your ideas, suggestions and questions. Ask for more information about the PWS Network or about how to become a member of the Network.