Pallister-Killian Syndrome is a rare chromosomal disorder. PKS Foundation of Australia is a not for profit organisation aimed at generating awareness about the disorder within the general community and medical professionals; supporting kids and families of those affected by PKS achieve a better quality of life, through therapy and equipment support and generating sufficient resources to fund research into many of unknown facets of this disorder.
 
Pallister-Killian Syndrome is a relatively rare syndrome. As a result, very little information and support has been available to families in the past. Most medical professionals have never heard of PKS.
 
PKSFA has been established to provide help and support to individuals diagnosed with PKS and their families as well as raising awareness and providing information to the medical community.
 
Vision and Mission Statement
To maximise the quality of life of individuals who are diagnosed with Pallister-Killian Syndrome by:
  • Providing equipment and services for those with PKS;
  • Supporting parents and family;
  • Promoting research into PKS;
  • Raising community awareness of PKS.
 
 

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Pallister-Killian Syndrome is a rare chromosomal disorder. PKS Foundation of Australia is a not for profit organisation aimed at generating awareness about the disorder within the general community and medical professionals; supporting kids and families of those affected by PKS achieve a better quality of life, through therapy and equipment support and generating sufficient resources to fund research into many of unknown facets of this disorder.
 
Pallister-Killian Syndrome is a relatively rare syndrome. As a result, very little information and support has been available to families in the past. Most medical professionals have never heard of PKS.
 
PKSFA has been established to provide help and support to individuals diagnosed with PKS and their families as well as raising awareness and providing information to the medical community.
 
Vision and Mission Statement
To maximise the quality of life of individuals who are diagnosed with Pallister-Killian Syndrome by:
  • Providing equipment and services for those with PKS;
  • Supporting parents and family;
  • Promoting research into PKS;
  • Raising community awareness of PKS.

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