Sunday, January 15, 2012

Life with Williams Syndrome

COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. -- Most parents have to teach their kids how to properly greet people — to stand up before saying hello to someone who’s entered the room, to shake hands with the new neighbor, to hug relatives who’ve come to visit.
Children with Williams syndrome will perform these friendly acts naturally, and willingly, while making each person they’re greeting feel like the man of the hour.

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