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New Resource Topic: Fragile X Syndrome

11 Mar 2015

The Resources section of our website is growing steadily. The latest addition is a short article about Fragile X Syndrome. This topic is of particular interest to us because we have people with Fragile X in our client group.

The article includes information about common characteristics: both strengths and challenges. Also included are some practical tips for communicating with someone who has Fragile X.

A genetic condition, Fragile X is the commonest known cause of inherited learning disabilities. It affects around 1 in 4000 boys and men, and 1 in 6000 girls and women.