During rare disease week, we talked to Monica Weldon, whose son was the sixth person diagnosed with SYNGAP-1, a gene mutation linked to autism. She tells us about her journey from working as a school teacher to becoming the President/CEO and founder of the SYNGAP1 Foundation, formerly Bridge the Gap - SYNGAP Education and Research Foundation, the first and largest SYNGAP1 advocacy organization in the world. She shares what it was like to receive a diagnosis that had no structure in place for her son and how she pushed through the hard times and made progress in research and awareness of sensory processing disorders. Check out the SYNGAP1 Foundation online at Medical Research in Washington, D.C. | Syngap1 Foundation
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