First Point of Contact

 

If your child has been recently diagnosed with Angelman syndrome or you would like to make immediate contact with our association or have questions about Angelman syndrome, we welcome you to call your State Representative listed below. If for some reason you are unable to get through, please call our National President or National Vice President also listed below.

Contact Us

By snail mail: If you have any questions or comments, write to: Angelman Syndrome Association Australia PO Box 554 Sutherland NSW Australia 1499.

National President & National Vice President:

National President (VIC)
Laura Greene
0434 435 097
laura.greene@angelmansyndrome.org

Vice President

Currently Vacant

State Representatives & Committee Members:

New South Wales
Sue Hones
0414 648 628
suehones@yahoo.com.au

Tasmania

Chloe Simons

0400 048 348
chloe@cureangelman.org.au

South Australia
Peta Perrie
0409 386 300
peta.perrie@angelmansyndrome.org

Victoria
Vacant

Western Australia

Leticia Grant
0408 445 975
PO Box 7184 Applecross Nth WA 6153
maygrant@tpg.com.au

 

National Secretary

Fiona Lawton
0488 996 181

fmlawton@gmail.com

Queensland
Lysandra Callahan
lysandra.asaa@gmail.com

National Secretary & National Treasurer

National Treasurer
Kevin Kennedy 
5 Birok Ave Engadine NSW 2233
02 9520 5857
kevin.kennedy@angelmansyndrome.org

ACT
Vacant

Committee Members:

Kane Blackman
0418 255 549

kaneblackman@hotmail.com

Kellie Wild
0419 190 953
wildkellie@gmail.com

Anne Funke

0457 616 168

anne.asa@bigpond.com

First Point of Contact​

Contact your State Representative here

If for some reason you are unable to get through, contact our National President or National Vice President here

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Our Mission

The ASAA was established to support, inform, educate, network, promote research and to advocate for families affected by Angelman syndrome - read more


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PROUDLY COLLABORATING WITH FAST AUSTRALIA 

FAST Australia
The Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics Australia (FAST Australia) is an organisation of families and professionals dedicated to funding research to provide treatments that will improve the symptoms of Angelman syndrome and ultimately that will provide a cure (see website).