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Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Association (Australasia) Inc

Reaching Out - Providing Help - Giving Hope to Families

The Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Association (Australasia) Inc (CdLSA) is a family support organisation. We exist to support you and your family, with emotional support, a community, and quality information so you can make informed decisions. We also work to assist the accurate diagnosis of CdLS and promote research into the cause and manifestations of the syndrome.

NEWS
We hold a CdLS Clinic Day and Annual General Meeting, an International CdLS Awareness Day, and Picnic Days ...
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WHAT IS CdLS?
We've compiled the most commonly asked questions about CdLS. Start here to understand this condition ...
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MEDICAL
We keep up-to-date with the latest medical information from a range of quality organisations and medical sources ...
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RESOURCES
National, International, and by State. Links to sites, pdfs, audio and video, relevant to our members ...
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GALLERY
Images of community events, get-togethers and meetings. Sharing experiences, information and friendship ...
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FACEBOOK
Join us on facebook. We have an active community there and keep it up-to-date with community news ...
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ARTICLES
Articles on CdLS from reputable sources, covering characteristics, behaviours, genetic information ...
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CdLS IN THE MEDIA
Articles, information and editorials in the Australian Media we've found that touch on CdLS ...
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CdLS Australia is a non-profit organisation which is run by volunteers, usually parents, who have a family member with CdLS. The Australian support group was formed in 1981 in Victoria, when three mothers met, and for the first time in many years were able to compare their experiences.

The group was incorporated in 1995 and countries supported by CdLSA are Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and other Pacific Nations. We do not receive any regular Government funding, and rely on membership fees for information dissemination via our newsletter 'Keeping in Touch' (KIT). We also produce topic specific information packages, provide counselling, and host awareness activities.

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