Is there a cure for Angelman syndrome?
 

Not at the moment, but researchers are working on it. See: research and news

 

Some symptoms can be treated. The condition is permanent but is not degenerative. Angelman syndrome children can look forward to a normal lifespan. Studies have identified an Angelman syndrome gene on chromosome 15. Research is continuing worldwide on the complex genetics of Angelman syndrome to better understand why it occurs. Males and females are affected equally.

 

When children with Angelman syndrome are observed and studied, many educational and behavioural interventions have been shown to be effective in the areas of communication, behaviour modification, sleep disturbance, general conduct and social skilling.

 

Physical and occupational therapies, speech and language intervention assist Angelman syndrome children.

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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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).