Stop…..Don't let yourself get so busy that you can't keep on top of issues w/your child.
Look…..Watch your child carefully. If she/he is doing anything unusual, find out why.
Listen…..Pay attention to your child's words and body language. If she/he says it hurts, it does. It's more likely that a child w/PWS will NOT say that it hurts when it really does, rather than vice-versa. So, if your child says it hurts, take his/her word for it.
When it's a hard call to make, follow your gut. It may not look like a duck, or quack like a duck, but it may still be a duck. If you think it's a duck, you are probably right. If you're wrong, so what?
And finally, don't wait. You have a child who is waiting on you to take action. Don't wait. It could make all the difference.