I have updated a few things and added some more resources on the page. Check it out or if you know of a loved one with a special needs child/person, please send them the link. Some of this information is not widely known and can benefit the people that need it most.
"This presentation was compiled by Brian Foley with the help of Dr. Tjitske Kleefstra, Dr. Svetlana Yatsenko, and Prisca Middlemiss (Information Officer at Unique). Many thanks to all of you for producing this slideshow."
The Kleefstra Community is stronger then ever. The amount of children and adults being diagnosed is growing rapidly and we are all finding each other through social media. I understand when you google Kleefstra Syndrome, Ava's Blog comes up (it's been around a long time, 8 years) so I am making this post as a way for us to connect if you find yourself on here. I also have these in the side links on the right.
Kleefstra Community Forums, operated and run by members of the community http://kleefstrasyndrome.org/ Great site to get introduced to Kleefstra syndrome, and it's characteristics, news, updates, and community.
Unique http://www.rarechromo.org/html/home.asp is another great resource tool. Their mission is too provide support, and raise awareness for people with rare chromosome disorders.
If you are new to the syndrome,you are probably overwhelmed with the diagnosis, and everything that comes with it. You are not alone, there is a wonderful community out there, that is so friendly and supportive, you have to be a part of it to believe it. As always you can also ask me questions on here at any time, and I will answer what I can.