Birmingham Maple Clinic Announces Opening of Fragile X Assessment and Treatment Clinic at the University of Michigan
We’re glad to hear about the grand opening of the Fragile X clinic in Michigan, part of the the Fragile X Clinical and Research Consortium. PR Web has an excellent article regarding it’s opening:
The University of Michigan Fragile X Assessment and Treatment Clinic celebrated its opening on June 23rd, the Birmingham Maple Clinic recently announced. The University of Michigan clinic is part of the National Fragile X Clinical & Research Consortium. Currently there are approximately 25 FXCRC clinics throughout the United States. Families of Fragile X patients and Fragile X Friendly Professionals were invited to attend the opening, which was a great success for all involved.
The idea for a Fragile X Clinic began with Lori Edelson, LMSW, at Birmingham Maple Clinic in 2010 when she invited a group of specialists from southeast Michigan to begin meeting with the mission of developing a clinic where Fragile X patients and their families could go for assessment, diagnosis and treatment. From those meetings, it was decided that it would be best to establish the clinic at a major research institution, and thus the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor was selected.
For more information, contact the University of Michigan Fragile X Assessment and Treatment Clinic at (734) 232-6750 or (734) 763-3427, or Lori Edelson at Birmingham Maple Clinic at (248) 646-6659.
Clinic in Phoenix, AZ to open in August
The Fragile X clinic at Phoenix Children’s Hospital is set to hold their first clinic on August 14th, and all future clinics will be held on the first 1st Tuesday of each month. If you would like to learn more, please contact Paula Kinnard at firstname.lastname@example.org.