Monday, April 8, 2013

You Live Where??


Sweden, Mongolia, Turkey, Singapore and India. Oh, and let’s not forget Plano, Texas! I love maps. There is something intriguing to me about all of the far away destinations. One of the first things I do when I settle in for a flight is to pull the airline magazine out and find the flight routes in the back pages.  I think about where I have been and where I still want to go. Let’s get back though to Sweden, Mongolia, Turkey, Singapore, India and Plano, Texas…what do these diverse locations have in common? Apparently it is Latham Centers.

It is 11:30am, the second of April on the East Coast, here at “home base” (to me anyway) at Latham School, our Children’s Program of Latham Centers, Inc. That tight little group of countries, in the last few hours, one right after another, visited our blog. Now that is pretty interesting. I think this is the first time I have ever whispered out loud Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Isn’t it amazing that all of these far-flung places can reach out and at the touch of a button, read about a pretty terrific program. I hope we have been able to offer assistance, knowledge and/or support in their quest for information about Prader-Willi Syndrome.

We are dedicated to learning all we can about PWS and sharing what we have learned.  I am happy to remind our readers that there is a “translate” button on our site so that we can communicate with each other. Whether you are looking for advice, support or services, please feel free to contact us. We may not be the right service for you, but if we know who is or where you can find it, we are happy to share.

And speaking of sharing, Latham Centers, along with our partners Advocates, Inc. and PWSANE are planning an awesome conference in September, 2013 here on Cape Cod. Keep checking our website, www.lathamcenters.org or our blog for updates. I wonder where else our blog will be read today?

Contributed by:
Chris Gallant

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