Warren City Hall Lights Up Tonight For Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome  


Warren City Hall will feature light blue lights tonight from dusk until dawn to bring public attention to Pitts-Hopkins syndrome.

Pitt-Hopkins syndrome is a condition characterized by intellectual disability and developmental delay, breathing problems, recurrent seizures (epilepsy), and distinctive facial features.

Approximately 750 Pitt-Hopkins syndrome patients have been identified worldwide, but there are many who remain undiagnosed.

A City of Warren resident reached out to Mayor Fouts about this condition.  The resident’s child was diagnosed with Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome.

To help raise raise awareness about Pitt Hopkins Syndrome and other similar disorders, Warren Mayor Fouts issued a proclamation and has directed that the Warren City Hall be lit up to help educate the public about this disorder.