Planning for Emergency Events at School

By |2023-03-13T14:11:50-04:00Apr 12, 2017|Education, Treatment and Intervention|

With the anxiety and hyperarousal seen in children with Fragile X syndrome, it is important to plan for emergency events at your child’s school – a fire in the building and severe weather events, such as a tornado, a hurricane, a local fire, a chemical spill, etc. Lockdowns are discussed separately. If at all possible, develop a plan ahead of time, ideally at your child's IEP. If that is not possible, ask for a meeting to discuss this first thing of the school year.

Public or Private?

By |2023-01-31T12:53:07-05:00Jun 27, 2016|Daily Living, FXS, Treatment and Intervention|

How do we prepare our children to access their communities, without the risk of their being exploited, showing affection in inappropriate ways, using sexual language that may be misconstrued, or touching body parts that could bring legal action or, at the very least, a disgruntled public?

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