For the upcoming school year, we compiled our most popular school and education resources for parents and teachers.
Several strategies can help in guiding a successful transition. Though if the student changes schools, neighborhoods, or programs, additional support is required.
You know your child best so you want to set up services that work for your child. This might look overwhelming, but if you take it one step at a time, you’ll do great!
An at-a-glance resource, combining our professional expertise plus insights and perspectives of families from the NFXF community based on their personal, first-hand experiences with the IEP process.
We often remind fellow interventionists and educators time and time again about the many unique aspects of Fragile X syndrome as well as the resources available online and in print.
Before school authorities consider suspension and possible expulsion, they need to determine whether threatening someone may have been the only way that the person with Fragile X syndrome could express the gravity of their personal discomfort.
Best practice for those affected with FXS means providing a learning environment that allows them to access the curriculum in ways that minimize their disruptive behaviors.