A one day conference featuring our guest speaker, Dr. Marcia Braden, Ph.D., P.C. Marcia L. Braden is a licensed psychologist, with a clinical practice specializing in children and adolescents. She is a former teacher with [...]
20 travel scholarships, at $250 each, are now available! Listen to Dr. Erickson's announcement and email email@example.com for information. Come ready to learn more about research from FX experts and mingle with families just like [...]
We will meet from 11:00 to 2:00pm (Doors open at 10:30). Dr. Erickson will kick off the day at 11:05 with a Fragile X Update, followed by provided food (chili and subs) and drinks, plenty [...]
Most children who come to see me have a combination of developmental delays, communication challenges and symptoms of anxiety, resulting in frequent tantrums. It is common for parents to share details about their daily struggles.
Parents and other caregivers must consider many factors as young people with Fragile X syndrome approach the transition from high school to adulthood. Here we present eight tips based on research from Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver.
Fragile X Syndrome is the most common inherited cause of mental impairment. Join us for our 8th Annual Fragile X Awareness Walk along with our Inaugural Chip Timed 5K Race. Awards: Overall Male/Female Award 1st, [...]
As part of the NFXF’s ever-increasing focus on services for adults, we are pleased to bring you this 30-minute slide and audio presentation by Dr. Marcia Braden, titled, “Moving from Pediatrics to Adult Care.” [...]
It is time for our Annual N.C. Fragile X Bowl-a-Thon! Bowlers, start collecting your pledges! Let friends, family, and your fans know that you are helping raise money for the NC Fragile X Community Support [...]
The National Fragile X Foundation Heartland Chapter – Iowa and South Dakota is hosting the 3rd Annual Bike To X Out Fragile X ride. This is a 56-mile bicycle ride with all proceeds benefiting The [...]
Our children are growing up quickly and it is never too early to plan for major life transitions and life after school. The Fragile X Resource Center of Missouri will host a workshop for families [...]
Targeting Social Skills and Behavioral Strategies for Home, School, and Work Featuring Dr. Jennifer Epstein Dr. Jennifer Epstein is a licensed clinical psychologist and health service provider with more than 20 years of experience working [...]
ASD in FXS; Co-Occurring Conditions and Current Treatment Featuring Special Guest Walter E. Kaufmann, MD, Greenwood Genetic Center, Boston Children’s Hospital Description Numerous small and parent reported studies have shown that a considerable percentage of [...]
Why should you visit a Fragile X clinic? Because you won’t hear, “Fragile what?” You will have the opportunity to meet with a team of people who will be able to provide guidance in many [...]
Whether you have decided to home school your child for a year or for an extended period, developing a curriculum can be a challenge. Start by setting goals for your child, research and experiment with [...]
NN107 FX-LEARN is currently looking to enroll children with Fragile X Syndrome (FXS) for a research study conducted by the Network for Excellence in Neuroscience Clinical Trials (NeuroNEXT). Dr. Elizabeth Berry-Kravis at Rush University is [...]