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Asia Pacific PWS Conference
5th Asia Pacific PWS Conference / Live Webinar 2021
FRIDAY 29TH OCT – SUNDAY 31ST OCT 2021, 2PM – 6PM NEW ZEALAND
It is with great pleasure that the PWS Associations of Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and Thailand invite you to attend the Asia Pacific PWS Conference 2021. The impact of Covid-19 has provided an opportunity to present a virtual conference which will widen our audience and reach those who would usually be unable to travel to an overseas conference venue.
Our programme features international expert speakers from around the Asia Pacific and across the globe, covering the latest PWS information and research.
“One Voice Together”
This year marks the first time our conference has been co-organised by 4 countries, and is the first to include a day (Day 3) which will be focused on providing an insight into the lives of people living with PWS. Day 3 will feature presentations by parents, children and adults living with PWS from all four organising countries, plus contributions from other Asia Pacific countries. This is a new initiative aimed at ‘giving a voice’ to the people we support, as well as furthering understanding, or providing hope and inspiration.
This conference is relevant to those living with Prader-Willi syndrome, families, support agencies, residential providers, medical and allied health professionals, health science and social workers, educators and students.
This conference will also have translation capability for the different languages of our Asia Pacific region.
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