Supporting Behaviours in Fragile X syndrome (from short video)

March 1st, 2020

Dr Marcia Braden PhD, short video filmed in March 2020.
Dr Braden presents an overview on understanding and supporting behaviours in individuals who have Fragile X syndrome, with a focus on males. Outlining the how the neurobiology of Fragile X syndrome impacts behaviours, potential triggers for challenging behaviours, and accommodations to modify and support behaviours.

Dr Marcia Braden PhD, is a psychologist, educator and specialist in Fragile X syndrome.
The video was supported by a grant from the Qantas Foundation Side by Side Grant Program.
Watch the video here:


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