About Us

We are a community of families with Williams Syndrome members, based in Victoria, Australia.

We aim to provide help and support for families with a child or adult with Williams Syndrome and empower those with Williams Syndrome to reach their full potential.

We invite new families, supportive community members, sponsors and relevant health professionals to participate in the life of our group and apply for membership.

Blog

Bunnings fundraiser day SUCCESS!

The skies were blue. The carpark was full. The sausages were sizzling and flying into the hands of happy patrons.  We could not have asked for a better Saturday in October! It was a massive team effort from everyone involved and every aspect of the day exceeded all...

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Brodie – The Music Student

Brodie is young man in our community who spent some time attending two different day programs but found them unfulfilling and mundane. A discussion with his mum was the catalyst for change and Brodie enrolled in the...

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Bandmates Victoria

Bandmates Victoria matches young people over 18 with disability and /or mental health issues with a Volunteer to see live music of their choice in local venues. This program has attracted keen interest across Melbourne and further afield. Volunteers will receive...

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Williams Syndrome Family Support Group VIC introduction video

This is an introduction to Williams Syndrome and some of the families in the Williams Syndrome Family Support Group (Victoria) Inc. Thank you to our sponsors; Genetic Support Network of Victoria and Rotary Club of Canterbury. Videographer: Lars Vorlicek (CEK...

Bunnings fundraiser day SUCCESS!

The skies were blue. The carpark was full. The sausages were sizzling and flying into the hands of happy patrons.  We could not have asked for a better Saturday in October! It was a massive team effort from everyone involved and every aspect of the day exceeded all...

Brodie – The Music Student

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMlrI7RqRJs Brodie is young man in our community who spent some time attending two different day programs but found them unfulfilling and mundane. A discussion with his mum was the catalyst for change and Brodie enrolled in the...

Bandmates Victoria

Bandmates Victoria matches young people over 18 with disability and /or mental health issues with a Volunteer to see live music of their choice in local venues. This program has attracted keen interest across Melbourne and further afield. Volunteers will receive...

Research study: The Perspective and Experiences of Families Raising a Child with Williams Syndrome

Rebecca Bobin Research Assistant La Trobe University Developmental Neuromotor Cognition Lab Rebecca Bobin is a Master of Clinical Psychology candidate and provisional psychologist within the Australian Catholic University. Rebecca completed her BPsych (Hons) research...