Angelman Syndrome Foundation
4255 Westbrook Drive, Ste. 219
Aurora, IL 60504
1-800-432-6435 or 630-978-4245
ASF's Mission is to advance the awareness and treatment of Angelman Syndrome through education, information exchange and research. The Foundation can put you in touch with Local Contacts within your region. Local Contacts are friends and families of ASF who have volunteered their time to answer questions. Regional Representatives are also available to answer questions, and are coordinators of social gatherings and mini-conferences. Both groups are excellent resources for services and referrals in your area. Or view our list of Professional References who are familiar with Angelman Syndrome. We also publish a quarterly newsletter which alerts members to upcoming meetings and events, provides helpful insights from AS families and friends, and informs of any new research and medical developments that could better the lives of AS individuals and their families.
Canadian Angelman Syndrome Society
PO Box 37
Priddis, Alberta T0L 1W0
The Canadian Angelman Syndrome Society helps individuals with AS and their families achieve the optimum quality of life through education and interactive support, they have one local chapter and will help others who wish to start their own local chapters, by providing bylaws and instructions. There is a quarterly parent contact list for parent-to-parent matching. CASS publishes a quarterly newsletter, CASS Newsletter, and has available pamphlets in English and French.