The Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation provides a host of services for anyone touched by this little-known genetic syndrome and other isolating conditions.
If CdLS is Part of Your Life, We’re Here to Help
CdLS occurs in approximately 1 in 10,000 live births and the CdLS Foundation is honored to currently serve over 2,800 individuals with this rare genetic syndrome.
We also aim to reach the thousands more who live without a diagnosis and/or are unaware of services available to them. If you or someone you know would benefit from our many support services, please let us know!
Multidisciplinary Clinic for Adolescents and Adults
Join the CdLS Foundation and medical experts for the next virtual CdLS Multidisciplinary Clinic for Adolescents and Adults. Any individual age 12 or older with CdLS can attend with their families. Space is limited. Presentations from CAB members include Behavioral Psychology; Child Psychiatry; Gastroenterology; Genetics; Gynecology; Neurology; Pediatric Ophthalmology; Pediatric Gastroenterologist; and Speech Pathology.
Share a memory of your loved one
Visit the Adult Transition page. Learn about the six core areas of transition. The six core areas are education, socialization, medical options, legal issues, living arrangements and government resources. Gain insight from other parents who have already gone through the process. Find resources that can help you and your family prepare for your loved one with CdLS becoming an adult.
There are a variety of ways you can be part of the community – whether it is through a fundraiser or volunteering – the options are endless.
The Foundation staff is the most caring and dedicated group of people who are always ready to listen or point us in the right direction when we desperately need help.”
Mother of Stephen