With most of us staying at home now, we’re committed to providing you with the most timely and meaningful educational resources we have available. This includes sharing a series of articles, video series, webinars, and now, our first ever Facebook Live Q&A with our own Jayne Dixon Weber, NFXF community services director. We know these uncertain times are very challenging, and we’re here to help during this extraordinary time.
Jayne Dixon Weber
Jayne has been a member of the NFXF team since 2007 and currently serves as the director of education and support services. She has two children, an adult son with Fragile X syndrome, and a daughter. In addition to assisting with the development of the NFXF’s Adolescent and Adult Project, Jayne authored the book Transitioning Special Children into Elementary School and is the editor for the book Children with Fragile X Syndrome: A Parents’ Guide. She is also the co-leader of the Colorado Fragile X Community Support Network group. Jayne likes to read, enjoys photography, and goes for a walk every day.