William's Syndrome is
Children are affected to different degrees, 75% of children with WS have learning difficulties.
William's people have an unique pattern of emotional, physical and mental strengths and weaknesses.
Hatton Outreach is normally the Outreach Service who would support pupils with William's Syndrome.
Students with William's Syndrome are often musically gifted. This is the first piano lesson for Lorraine.
Students who have William's Syndrome can be confusing to teach because they present as having high level verbal and communication abilities, but these tend to mask significant difficulties with;
Students with William's Syndrome
Students with WS can have
You can download a factsheet from this link.
It provides information relating to;
The William's Syndrome Foundation provides information and support.
It has succinct information relating to;
This specialist outreach support and consultancy service provides support for individual pupils in mainstream primary schools.
The outreach service works with pupils who have a range of significant language, social and learning needs.
Some pupils may have a statement of special educational needs, while others will have significant needs and working at school action plus.
Support can be provided for students with: