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Fragile X Syndrome

X-linked mental retardation and macro-orchidism
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Type of Disease: Rare Condition or Disease Genetic, X-linked Congenital onset Behavioral and mental health disorders Intellectual disability (no physical disability)

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Learn About VOR
Added On: Apr 29, 2014
Category: General
VOR's Mission, Policy and Positions, and more. Learn more about the only national non-profit organization advocating for high quality care and human rights based on individual choice and need.
Olmstead Resources
Added On: Apr 29, 2014
Category: General
The Supreme Court, in its landmark Olmstead v. L.C.n decision, recognized the need for a range of services, based on individual choice and need, which respond to the varied and unique needs of the entire disability community.
VOR Press Kit
Added On: Apr 29, 2014
Category: General
VOR's 2014 Press Kit, a collection of written materials designed to introduce VOR to the media and others, is now available. For more information, please contact Julie Huso, Executive Director at jhuso@vor.net.
Toolkit for Legislators, Policymakers, and Officials
Added On: Apr 29, 2014
Category: General
Advocacy resources for legislators and policymakers re: to developmental disabilities, including autism, Resources relate to residential choice, federal laws, cost comparisons, quality of care and more.