- For Parents
- For Volunteers
The Volunteer Application Form for Music/Activity Camp 2018 is now available on this site. Go to the Music and Williams Syndrome page for details.
WSAI has today put in place new contact arrangements as follows:
By post WSAI can be reached at:
Williams Syndrome Association of Ireland,
North Brunswick Street,
Out new phone number is: 087 6190213
We can be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the Autumn edition of the WSAI Newsletter
Macdara Ó Faoláin and is a musical instrument maker from the Co. Waterford Gaeltacht, An Rinn. He hand makes musical instruments, specializing in bouzoukis. Macdara is very kindly raffling off a beautiful handmade bouzouki in aid of WSAI.
If you would like to take part in this raffle and have the chance of getting hold of such a beautiful object then please see the details below:
We are delighted to announce that we are running a four-day music and activity camp for children with WS aged between 3 and 18 from 1-4 August in Limerick. This project will be run with volunteers who are student teachers, student occupational therapists, a qualified music therapist and college lecturers. Activities will include music, dance, sport, drama, story-telling and art. It will also focus on specific learning skills through the medium of music and fun activities. Parents are welcome to come along to meet other parents at this camp. Please complete application form (available at the link below) and send to email@example.com before 20 July to secure a place.
This year FEWS is once again running a Williams Syndrome photo competition. If you would like to submit a photo please send your pictures via Facebook messages with your name and story or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Full details on the FEWS Facebook page at this Link
Durham University have provided very significant support to WSAI in the last few years and in 2016 organized an Anxiety Workshop for some of our members which was very successful. They are now looking for families who have a child with Autism or Williams syndrome to contribute to their research by filling in an on-line questionnaire. Full details at
Durham University Questionnaire March 2017
Best of luck to Kieran Savage who is doing the Clare Burren Marathon Challenge on 27th May 2017 in aid of WSAI. You can find further information on the challenge at http://www.clareburrenmarathonchallenge.com/.
If anyone would like to support Kieran and WSAI please go this Kieran’s fundraising page at www.justgiving.com/Kieran-Savage1
Please see the Spring edition of the WSAI Newsletter
Please see the October Issue of the WSAI Newsletter