Webinars

We offer free monthly webinars to address some of the most frequently asked questions about Fragile X. Experts offer tips and other information you need to know. Family members, caregivers and professionals are invited to attend.

Recordings

All registrants, including those who were unable to attend are emailed a link to the recording within a week. At the same time, a recording will be made available to the public via our website and YouTube.

Capacity

There is limited capacity to the webinar rooms. Registration is open to a slightly larger amount than capacity to compensate for absent registrants. Please arrive 30 minutes before the webinar and remain online to guarantee your seat.

Upcoming Webinars

If you’re looking for a way to take action and make a difference for the Fragile X community, join our local advocacy program! NFXF Advocacy Day may be a once-a-year event, but Fragile X advocacy happens year-round and you don’t have to travel to Washington, DC to be a part of it! Our Washington Team will introduce you to the program, in which we train to volunteers visit their district and state offices to speak on behalf of the Fragile X community. Change can only happen when you get involved!
The 'Individualized Education Program, also called the IEP, is a document that is developed for each public school child who needs special education. The IEP is created through a team effort, reviewed periodically. Learn how to best advocate for your child and work with her/his instructors to get the best education.
Our very own founder, Dr. Randi Hagerman of the UC Davis MIND Institute, joins us to discuss issues in Fragile X premutation carriers. Needless to say, she is a major force in research for Fragile X and one of the biggest names in our field! Join us for a presentation and some time for Q&A!
A concern many parents have for their children is whether or not their children will be able move out of the house and to live on their own. The process that mother and CSN leader Anita Inz went through was a difficult challenge, but now her son lives happily in an independent living community with support. She joins us for our upcoming webinar to talk about her experience and her son’s’ current living situation, to help give you an idea of how to navigate the world of independent living.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Diane Simon Smith discusses the amount of stress that is often placed upon a marriage when a couple has a child (or children) with fragile X syndrome. Many parents may worry that even the strongest marriages may buckle – or worse – under the intense demand of raising a child with special needs.