Jayne Dixon Weber Support services coordinator, National Fragile X Foundation
Jayne Dixon Weber has served as the Support Services Coordinator for the National Fragile X Foundation (NFXF) since 2007. In this role, she talks and emails with parents around the world, helping them with whatever issues they are having. In addition to assisting in the creation of the NFXF’s Adolescent & Adult Project, Jayne authored the book, “Transitioning ‘Special’ Children into Elementary School” and is the editor for the book, “Children with Fragile X Syndrome.” She has presented at many conferences and is the co-leader for the LINKS parent support group in Colorado. Jayne has two children – an adult son who has fragile X syndrome and a ‘typical’ daughter.
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