Category: Blog

A Dad’s Love

I’m not much of a Facebook person, in fact other than a few pictures over the years I’m pretty sure I’ve never actually written anything. I’m not much of a writer either. The last time I wrote this much I was probably back in college and that was double spaced in 14.5 font in order...

“Kicking The Can” with PWS

Written by: Sara Grosso For the last few months I’ve focused on modeling an active lifestyle and healthy eating choices for Grayson. Running is beginning to become a habitual part of my daily routine. The length and route of each run depend entirely on what kind of “adventure” takes place between the hours of 5:00...

Weathering the Storm – A Mother’s Story

Written by: Sara Grosso My name is Sara Grosso. I am the mother of Grayson Grosso, who was diagnosed with Prader-Willi syndrome at just one month after birth. He is a thriving two-and-a-half-year-old boy now and it has taken me nearly his entire life to put his story into writing, because, frankly, it makes me...

PWSA (USA) Webinar: Essential Early Childhood Behavior Management Strategies: Good Foundations Now, Good Behaviors Tomorrow

All children do best with consistent routines and structure provided in a calm and loving environment. These ingredients are absolutely essential, however, for infants and children with PWS. This presentation will show you how to create the necessary foundations your baby or young child with PWS needs in order to increase their overall sense of...

PWSA (USA)’s Webinar Series Continues

Prader-Willi Syndrome: Adulthood 101 With a presentation by Elizabeth Roof, M.A., on Monday, February 22, 2016, at 7:30 p.m., EST.  If you were unable to attend the 2015 conference, or missed this presentation while there, you will be glad to hear it now.  In Prader Willi Syndrome: Adulthood 101, Ms. Roof will present on supports...

2015 Holiday Tips

Dear Friends, The holidays are typically a food fest in our country – and can be a time of stress for our PWS families. With good planning, it is possible to make it a happy holiday for all. If you will be with relatives, carefully plan ahead of time and communicate the importance of food...

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