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The Magic Continues: Helpful Tool for Children with Fragile X to be Turned into App

In 2014, Sarah Moelis and her brother, Ben, exhibited "The Magic Arrows," a game that Sarah, Ben, Hailey Silver and J.D. Gebbia invented. The game helps children with Fragile X syndrome organize their daily activities, easing the anxiety often triggered by transitioning from one activity to another. Sarah is on-course to unveil the commercial release of "The Magic Arrows" app before the start of conference. Sarah is looking for volunteer families who are part of the Fragile X community to be part of a limited test group this June. Volunteers will use the 1.0 version of the app and provide feedback.

By | 2016-04-19T16:33:05+00:00 Apr 19, 2016|FXS, Technology|Comments Off on The Magic Continues: Helpful Tool for Children with Fragile X to be Turned into App

Advances in FMR1 Testing: Webinars

FMR1 Testing – Current Technologies and New Advances in CGG Repeat Quantification and Categorization An educational webinar sponsored by Asuragen, Inc. and the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 Time: 12:00 [...]

By | 2012-04-02T09:51:39+00:00 Apr 2, 2012|Technology|Comments Off on Advances in FMR1 Testing: Webinars