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The Focus Foundation6 days ago
The Focus Foundation remembers 9/11 and the many lives lost that day. Hug your families a little extra today.

20 years gone and not a moment forgotten.
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The Focus Foundation1 week ago
So proud to have Dr. Carole Samango-Sprouse and one of our amazing Research Assistants, Sophia Song, present at the Society for the Study of Behavioral Phenotypes Virtual Symposium this week!

They spoke on their presentations: "The Effect of Early Hormonal Treatment (EHT) on Neuromotor Capabilities in Infants and Toddlers with 47, XXY," and "Incidence of Mental Health Disorders and Behavioral Complications in a Large Cohort of Teenagers with 47,XXY (Klinefelter Syndrome)."

Moving research and awareness always forward.
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The Focus Foundation2 weeks ago
Thank you for your kind messages and for checking in on our team! We are grateful to be safe and hope everyone else is, too.
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The Focus Foundation2 weeks ago
National Dog Day 🐕‍🦺🐾 was on August 26th! Continue to celebrate humans' special bonds with dogs and appreciate canine companions of all shapes and sizes all year long. Read more.⤵

#TheFocusFoundation #Blog #NationalDogDay #K9
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The Focus Foundation1 month ago
There is no buddy like a brother!

#siblingtuesday #deskforts #focusfun
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The Focus Foundation1 month ago
So we bring all these families together to meet with our team for our Annual 49er Conference, but then what happens?

Immediately following rotations, our entire team of specialists sits down and discusses each patient individually to create a cohesive and all-encompassing care plan that the families can take home to their home medical team.

Information they can take home and easily incorporate into their daily lives. That’s how we make things easier for these little ones with an X and Y chromosomal variation.
4 months ago
Early Hormonal Treatment (EHT) is treatment for boys with 47,XXY who are between the ages of 4 months and 12 months ideally.
4 months ago
Although physicians are taught that genetic abnormalities typically impact on a child’s neurodevelopmental progression, practitioners often receive insufficient information about X and Y chromosomal disorders or information may be outdated or inaccurate.
4 months ago
Symptoms of dyspraxia vary and may include poor balance and coordination, clumsiness, bad vision, perception hardships, emotional challenges and more.
4 months ago
Did you know that social anxiety is common with speech and language disorders? Hormonal Booster Treatment has been shown to possibly improve working memory and executive functioning and reduce anxiety. #MayAwareness
4 months ago
Did you know? Dysgraphia is a learning disability that affects children and adults and interferes with practically all aspects of the writing process.
4 months ago
Dr. Sprouse and Dr. Gropman will be LIVE on our Facebook page today at 4pm EST! Taking all your questions for #MythBusterMay!

#XYChromosomalAwarenessMonth