Become a Member
We’re a member-based organisation, and your membership matters to us!
Membership is free.
Individual and family membership is open to anyone in Australia impacted by Fragile X syndrome or Fragile X-associated conditions, their family members and their carers.
Once you or your family join as a member we’ll be keen to stay in touch with you to hear how you and your family are, and to share news about other members, news, updates on Fragile X research, and any upcoming events.
Professional membership is open to people who have a practising or research interest in Fragile X – including health professionals, researchers, disability support professionals, special educators, social workers, genetic counsellors, and allied health professionals. Organisational membership is open to organisations, such as disability support organisations or schools who are working with people affected by Fragile X.
You will hear from us regularly as we email or post you our regular newsletter. We also contact our members by email if we have news of special events or announcements, including our Annual General Meeting. We will also contact you once a year, generally by email, to check that the contact details we have for you are correct.
If you have any questions about membership of Fragile X Association of Australia, please contact us.
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To learn more about Fragile X Association of Australia:
Our Annual Reports provide a great overview of our work throughout the year, and news of our members.
Our Regular Newsletters provide news on events, member stories, the latest information on Fragile X, and more.
The Fragile X Association of Australia Constitution sets out the purpose of Fragile X Association of Australia, and the rules by which the organisation is governed.
Note: Fragile X Association of Australia is an association incorporated in New South Wales (1989). ABN 18 655 264 477 ARBN 626 478 966 Incorporation number Y0934223.
It is also a charity registered with the Australian Charities and Notforprofits Commission.