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Back to School Without a Bang

By |2017-08-17T17:12:17-04:00Jun 2, 2017|Behavior, Braden on Behavior|

Several strategies can help in guiding a successful transition. If the student is going back to the same school with the same teaching staff, the transition process is easier and requires less support. When the student changes schools, neighborhoods, or programs, additional support is required.

A Holistic Approach to Toilet Training

By |2019-07-26T17:39:08-04:00Mar 29, 2017|Behavior, Treatment and Intervention|

Toilet training can be a difficult and challenging experience for children and parents alike, and the challenges can be magnified for families of children with Fragile X syndrome (FXS). It is not simply that toilet training is delayed for these individuals, but it often requires specific behavioral techniques that address the physical and behavioral phenotype of children with FXS.

Verbal Perseveration! Verbal Perseveration!

By |2017-08-18T12:11:05-04:00Mar 22, 2017|Behavior, Coffee Talk with Mouse and Tracy|

Let's discuss verbal perseveration (VP), a very typical and pervasive aspect of language in Fragile X syndrome. Does VP interfere with daily living and activities? You bet your boots it can! At home, school, after school activities, transition times: VP can have an impact on them all. On the list of questions parents ask, verbal perseveration is at the top.

Video Modeling

By |2017-08-18T14:01:24-04:00Nov 9, 2016|Coffee Talk with Mouse and Tracy, Treatment and Intervention|

Therapy is a fun, creative process – one of the reasons that we have been at this for so long! One of the challenges of being a therapist is staying on-top of the ever-emerging intervention techniques that come into practice. Not only is it important to know the best strategies available, but it is important to carefully analyze each technique for its utility and efficacy. As most strategies are typically devised or targeted at a population other than those with Fragile X syndrome (FXS), we have taken it upon ourselves to always analyze the strategies in light the FXS learning style. Most often we find it necessary to modify even the most researched interventions to work for individuals with FXS.

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