Fragile X Program | Sensory Processing Research

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Participate in Fragile X Research from anywhere!

This research study is looking at the relationship between sensory processing skills (response to sensory experiences) and the development of daily life skills (adaptive skills). The goal of this research study is to find out more information about what daily living skills children with fragile X are developing as they grow up, and how their ability to process sensory experiences contributes to their performance and behavior.

Who can participate?

  • Parents who have a child with full mutation fragile X
  • Child must be between the ages of 3 to 17 years 11 months old
  • Parents must be English speaking
  • Parents must have access to internet (to complete the surveys)

If you have any questions about this study or how to participate, please contact Anna Bruehl.
Email: Anna.Bruehl@childrens. harvard.edu
Phone: 857-218-5472

Click here if you are interested in participating.

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