Jayne Dixon-Weber shares top takeaways from Barbara Haas-Givler's conference presentation on effective strategies to promote and support social skills for individuals with Fragile X syndrome.
Hear an overview of how the Early Check team integrates telehealth models to provide families with the necessary information, support, surveillance, and intervention.
“Hey” was one of my son Ian’s first words, and what he quickly learned was that whomever he said that to responded — with something. Usually it was with a smile and friendly tone to their voice, and you know how quickly our children pick up on that positive feeling.
Jennifer Epstein provides an overview of methods that support the practice of readiness skills, and helps caregivers understand the common hurdles affecting skill attainment specific to Fragile X syndrome.
This session builds on treatment best practices and makes the concept of visual supports tangible and applicable across ages and stages of life for those with FXS.
Learn how Assistive Technology (AT) can be the vehicle affording the opportunity for a person with FXS to be more fully included in play, school, home, work, and the community.
The Progression of Pathology in Longitudinally Followed Patients with FXTAS (Fragile X-Associated Tremor/Ataxia Syndrome)
Learn in this webinar the pathological progression of several longitudinally followed patients with FXTAS at the UC Davis Fragile X Research and Treatment Center.
Learn about research and findings from a study understanding the impact of COVID-19 and the pandemic on children with FXS.
A summary of clinical features of the disease will be provided and the neurologist will discuss treatment options, including surgery for FXTAS patients.
This session discusses common sleep problems and some strategies for treating them in children with FXS, including assessments, behavioral techniques, and medications commonly used to treat sleep problems.
Promoting Inclusive Early Childhood Environments for Young Children with Fragile X Syndrome — Webinar
This session explores ways to promote inclusivity at a young age for children with Fragile X syndrome.