Connect with our Community
JdVS has a public Facebook page to educate anyone and everyone about Jansen de Vries Syndrome.
We also have a private closed family support page that is for parents or primary caregivers of those diagnosed with Jansen de Vries.
We also offer for parents or primary caregivers a WhatsApp text thread where families can ask the group questions and share experiences.
JdVS Uplift: A Community Grant Program
The JdVS Foundation is proud to introduce a new opportunity for JdVS individuals and their families. This program is designed to help select applicants financially in reaching their full potential through academic, athletic, extracurricular, artistic and other enrichment activities that support the lives, interests and passions of individuals diagnosed with JdVS.
Virtual Community Meet-Ups
Interested in connecting with others who share your diagnosis?
Does your sibling have JdVS? Are you interested in connecting with other siblings who share your unique experience?
Are you looking to connect with other parents of children with JdVS?
Register with the JdVS Community
Over the past 4 years we have worked diligently to learn more about Jansen de Vries Syndrome. We would not have come nearly as far without the help of our JdVS families. This information is used to keep track of patients around the world and help doctors and researchers learn more. You can register privately or choose to share your information with other families.
Faces of JdVS: Who We Are
Click here to read personal stories provided by JdVS families.
About Wells Wells was born at thirty seven weeks to his mother, Rachel. The pregnancy was mostly normal, except for excess amniotic fluid. Healthy at birth, he was discharged after two days in the hospital. At twelve weeks, Wells underwent surgery for three hernias. Around three months, Wells was diagnosed with laryngomalacia (underdeveloped vocal cords) which…
About Mollie: An answer after 42 years When Mollie and her family found out in February of 2021 that she has Jansen de Vries Syndrome, a 42-year mystery was solved. Prior to this unexpected news, her diagnosis was Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS) and undiagnosed global developmental delay. Mollie was a year and a half old…
About Daniel Daniel is 12 years old. He lives with his dad, mom, and older sister. He loves to see his grandmother Lena every day and has many family members in South Africa and Australia. Early Years Daniel was born at term after an uncomplicated pregnancy. Still, his parents and the medical team knew right…