Our own Jayne Dixon Weber pulled together a social story to use to help you and your self-advocate prepare for the NFXF Advocacy Day on February 24, 2021.
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Real-life tips from a mom, Jayne Dixon Weber, who’s already going through this with her own son, plus a a quick video from Rebecca Shaffer to guide you through the process of getting your child comfortable wearing a mask.
Timely advice from Jayne Dixon Weber for parents and families asking: What am I going to do with the children all day? How do I get supplies in the house? What if someone gets sick? What if I get sick? What about my work? What if things fall apart at home?
Join the National Fragile X Foundation’s Executive Direct, Robert Miller and Coordinator of Support Services, Jayne Dixon Weber as they interview LINKS Group Leader and Fragile X parent Laureen Majeske and Developmental FX’s Tracy Stackhouse and Sarah “Mouse” Scharfenaker for a discussion on how self-regulation makes things work for Fragile X.
Dr. Craig Erickson, Medical Director at the Fragile X Clinic at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, joins us for our 10th annual webinar focused on Medication for Individuals with Fragile X Syndrome.
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 [...]
Some caregivers and parents of individuals with FXS have given CBD supplements to the individuals they care for and learning about their insights and experiences is important. This was the first study to learn more about their observations and opinions regarding CBD to treat FXS.
The NFXF will present housing options for adults living with Fragile X syndrome (FXS) from the parent and professional perspectives. The webinar will be recorded and available for on-demand viewing approximately 1 week after [...]
“Hey” was one of my son Ian’s first words, and what he quickly learned was that whomever he said that to responded — with something. Usually it was with a smile and friendly tone to their voice, and you know how quickly our children pick up on that positive feeling.