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Fragile X syndrome is a genetic disorder. It is caused by changes in the FMR1 gene located on the X chromosome. The gene shuts down and stops the production of FMRP which is essential for brain development. The above infographic is curated from the Fragile X Society. 

The infographic covers the understanding of the following:

  • What is Fragile X Syndrome
  • FMRP
  • Importance of addressing anxiety
  • Physical features in children with FXS
  • Cognitive features in children with FXS

Maturation of sensory processing occurs slowly or not at all in Fragile X children. Incorporating a sensory diet as a part of the daily routine can help the child to get through the day in a more calm and organised state as well as increase attention and focus.

You can also check out the article on the strengths of Fragile X children.

If you have questions about Autism, Down Syndrome, ADHD, or other intellectual disabilities, or have concerns about developmental delays in a child, the Nayi Disha team is here to help. For any questions or queries, please contact our FREE Helpline at 844-844-8996. You can either call or what’s app us. Our counselors speak different languages including English, Hindi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, and also Bengali.

DISCLAIMER: Please note that this guide is for information purposes only. 

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