Educational strategies are not just helpful for school-aged children! The one-hour Q&A panel discussion, moderated by Hilary Rosselot, includes panelists with expertise and suggestions to support individuals living with Fragile X throughout the lifespan!
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.
Explore examples of recent announcements and headlines focused on treatment development in Fragile X syndrome. Presented by Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, MD, PhD, and Craig A. Erickson, MD.
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.
Hilary Rosselot moderates this discussion on medications for Fragile X with an expert panel that includes Drs. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, Craig A. Erickson, Randi J. Hagerman, Reymundo Lozano, and Nicole Tartaglia.
Explore this deep dive into education strategies for Fragile X syndrome. Moderated by Linda Sorensen and featuring Tracy Murnan Stackhouse and Anne Hoffmann.
Promoting Inclusive Early Childhood Environments for Young Children with Fragile X Syndrome — Presentation
This session explores ways to promote inclusivity at a young age for children with Fragile X syndrome. Presented by Jeanine Coleman, PhD.
How you can get involved in Fragile X research, featuring Elizabeth Berry-Kravis, Craig A. Erickson, Randi J. Hagerman, David Hessl, Tracy King, Angel Wang, Jean Luan McColl, Laurie Bridges, Kara Frech, Emily Mack, Amie Milunovich, and Missy Zolecki, and moderated by Hilary Rosselot.
This family-friendly presentation focuses on considerations for school-age children with Fragile X syndrome. Presented by Kerrie Lemons Chitwood, Laura Greiss Hess, and Anne Hoffmann.
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!