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Fragile X Family Event in Western, MA!

Add this to your calendar!!

The Fragile X Resource Center of Western Massachusetts will be hosting a fragile X family picnic on Sunday, June 9, 2013!

The event will be held at Look Park in Northampton, MA. They ask that you bring something to grill and a dessert or side dish to share.

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New LINKS Groups Sprouting Across the Country!

The LINKS Support Network is a wonderful way to get involved in the Fragile X community on a local level, to meet new families, share experiences, work together to raise awareness, advocate, fund raise, build friendships and most importantly, be a part of the support for families just like yours. Visit our LINKS . . . » Continue reading

April 14, 2012 - Tracy & Mouse come to Worcester, MA!

We are very excited to announce the details of our first conference! There is only room for 200 people so please register ASAP!

Hyperarousal & Sensory Integration Strategies for Home and School

Date: Saturday, April 14, 2012 Time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Where: Arthur and Martha Pappas Amphitheatre University of . . . » Continue reading

4th Annual Connecticut Fragile X Conference

The Fragile X Society of Connecticut will be hosting their 4th annual conference in central Connecticut (at the UConn Health Center, Farmington, CT) on November 19, 2011. 

The topic this year is “Successful Transitions – Planning for the Education and Employment Years”

The presenters are:

Vicki Sudhalter, Ph.D. (New York State Institute for Basic Research . . . » Continue reading

Bringing Out the Best in Fragile X

The National Fragile X Foundation in collaboration with the Fragile X Associations of New Jersey and New York and HeartShare Human Services are hosting one day conference in New York. The presenters will be Sarah Scharfenaker, MA, CCC-SLP (AKA Mouse), Tracy Murnan Stackhouse, MA, OTR, Vicki Sudhalter, PhD and H. Laurie Yankowitz, Ed.D. The . . . » Continue reading

Fragile X Association of New Jersey has a new facebook page

Our friends down in New Jersey have also converted from a “facebook group” to a “facebook page” for the LINKS group. Be sure to stop by and check out their page.