Watch Medication Update For Individuals With Fragile X Syndrome

With Dr. Craig Erickson and Moderated by Jayne Dixon Weber

Thank you for your interest in our medication update webinar. We hope you enjoy it, and as always, please let us know if you have any questions, feedback, or need additional help.

Dr. Craig Erickson shared the latest updates and research followed by a Q&A session. Dr. Erickson provides a wealth of information for a variety of ages, behaviors, and medications.

Guided by moderator Jayne Dixon Weber, previously submitted questions were answered by Dr. Erickson followed by questions from the webinar attendees.

There are currently 30+ Fragile X clinics located throughout the United States, if you have questions or need help locating the closest clinic, please don’t hesitate to contact us or you may use our clinic finder.

NFXF fighting through the confusion of medications

Helpful Resources

← Download the latest Treatment Recommendation Medication for Individuals with Fragile X Syndrome.

Visiting a Fragile X Clinic from the info series.


Read or download a printable PDF. A comprehensive guide and checklists on how to prepare, what to expect, questions to ask, and more. from our Fragile X Info Series.

Treatment Recommendation: Medications for Individuals with Fragile X Syndrome, PDF cover and link to read.

The treatment and intervention recommendations for the three primary Fragile X-associated disorders are written by and for professionals, with the understanding that they will be published online by the NFXF, read by caregivers, parents, and other family members (and in the case of some documents, by patients), and shared by those caregivers, parents, families, and patients with their own care professionals.

Fragile X 101 e-book


A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed and Those Already Living with Fragile X. Download your copy today!

Dr. Craig Erickson headshot

Craig Erickson, MD
Dr. Erickson is a noted Fragile X expert and the medical director of the Fragile X Syndrome Research and Treatment Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a friend of the NFXF and shares his knowledge on Fragile X and medical advice on a regular basis.

Dr. Erickson has worked to obtain continuous federal, foundation, internal, and industry funding to support his and his collaborators’ research over the last 10+ years of his career. He is the inventor or co-inventor of many patents focused on translational treatment development in neurodevelopment disorders held at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and previously at Indiana University School of Medicine. He is considered an international expert in the clinical treatment of Fragile X syndrome and has similar expertise in Fragile X-specific clinical trial development. Additionally, Dr. Erickson is an avid teacher of future generations of child psychiatrists and has received several teaching awards for his work.

Jayne Dixon Weber, Director, Community Services

Jayne Dixon Weber
Jayne served as the NFXF director of community education (and other positions over the years) from 2007 to 2023. She has two adult children, a son with Fragile X syndrome and a daughter. Jayne is the author of Transitioning ‘Special’ Children into Elementary School, co-author of Fragile X Fred, and editor of Children with Fragile X Syndrome: A Parents’ Guide. Jayne likes to read, enjoys photography, and goes for a walk every day.


If you’re a parent or caregiver and have questions about the information presented here, we’d love to hear from you! You can reach out to Missy Zolecki using the contact info or our contact form below.

Missy Zolecki

Missy Zolecki,
Community Empowerment
(800) 688-8765