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The Center’s staff includes experts with extensive experience with VCFS who are available individually or in a conference format with registrants to the web site and their local physicians, speech-language pathologists, dentists, educators, etc. The entire staff is comprised of people who have seen, collectively, thousands of children and adults with VCFS. We have multiple options for communicating with you.

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The Center’s staff includes experts with extensive experience with VCFS who are available individually or in a conference format with registrants to the web site and their local physicians, speech-language pathologists, dentists, educators, etc. The entire staff is comprised of people who have seen, collectively, thousands of children and adults with VCFS. We have multiple options for communicating with you. Our preferred method is by video conference using your computer and a webcam. Our preferred program is the Citrix program, GoToMeeting.com. This is a secure videoconferencing program. The GoToMeeting application is easy to install and use on your computer, and there is no charge for installing it on your computer, your tablet, or smartphone. Follow these instructions to learn how to make a video call. Other video conferencing programs can be used at the request of the registrant.
 
 

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The Virtual Center for Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome, Inc. is an open-access 501(c)3, internet-based charitable organization that provides personalized information to people whose lives have been touched by VCFS and who are seeking applicable research and clinical expertise regarding the management of the syndrome. There is no charge for this service, which is funded by voluntary donations.
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View the 5-minute video “The Smallest Good Deed,” the story of Anna whose sister has VCFS and her wisdom and devotion to her younger sibling. If you would like a copy of the video, either as a digital file or a DVD, contact us at info@vcfscenter.org, we will provide one to you at no cost.

 

            

       Nicholas J. Bennett, MBBChir, Ph.D.

       Leonard B. Weiner, M.D.

       Jack J. Blessing, M.D., Ph.D.

            

           
      Robert J. Shprintzen, Ph.D.
      Anne Marie Higgins, R.N., F.N.P., M.A.

            

         

 

The Virtual Center for Velo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome, Inc. is an open-access 501(c)3, internet-based charitable organization that provides personalized information to people whose lives have been touched by VCFS and who are seeking applicable research and clinical expertise regarding the management of the syndrome. There is no charge for this service, which is funded by voluntary donations.