With Rebecca Shaffer

Keeping a Routine is the first in our series of short videos — My Child is Home… Now What?? —  from Rebecca Shaffer, PsyD, director of psychological services at the Cincinnati Fragile X Clinic. We all know routines are important and can be challenging. This is even more true when your child is home full time.

After watching the video, please let us know if you have any questions by filling out the form below. Our own Jayne Dixon Weber will try to answer as many as she can and/or it may be the subject of a future video from Dr. Shaffer!

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Dr. Rebecca Shaffer

Rebecca Shaffer, PsyD, HSPP
Dr. Shaffer is the director of psychological services for Cincinnati Children’s Fragile X Treatment and Research Center.  She performs evaluations necessary for clinical research and provides psychological assessment and behavioral treatment for individuals with Fragile X syndrome, autism spectrum disorders, and Angelman Syndrome.

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