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The mission of the Sibling Leadership Network is to provide siblings of individuals with disabilities the information, support and tools to advocate with their brothers and sisters and to promote the issues important to them and their entire families.
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Webinar on January 19 – 2017 Policing People with Disabilities Series: The Intersection of Race, Disability, and Policing

2017 Policing People with Disabilities Series: The Intersection of Race, Disability, and Policing January 19, 2017 1:00 – 3:00 pm EST “Join NCCJD for our next webinar as we delve into the topic of policing people with disabilities, with a … Continue reading

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Register Now for Free 2017 Webinars and Sibchats!

SiblingResources.org has been launched through an exciting collaboration between Yang-Tan Institute of Cornell University, The Sibling Leadership Network, and SibsNY. Through a grant from NYSDDPC, we are building the community for adult siblings of individuals with disabilities in NY. Please visit this website … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from 2017 Board Chair Edward O’Neill

Dear SLN Members and Supporters: Happy New Year! It is hard to believe that another year has passed. 2017 is a big year for the SLN, this year is our 10th Anniversary. With this year, we celebrate a decade of … Continue reading

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2017 is Almost Here! Is the 2017 SLN National Conference Marked on Your Calendar?

Is the next Sibling Leadership Network National Conference on your calendar? It’s taking place on June 24 & 25, 2017 in Hartford, Connecticut. 2017 is a big year, because it’s our 10th anniversary!  We hope you’ll be joining us to celebrate this occasion while networking … Continue reading

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Holiday Wishes from the Executive Director of the Sibling Leadership Network

Dear Sibling Leadership Network members and supporters: Happy Holidays to you and your families.  The holiday season is often focused on family—it can be a mix of love and support, frustration and pain, and remembrance of those that we have … Continue reading

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