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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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Take Part in a Cutting Edge Sibling Ambassadors Program in Pennsylvania

We’re calling on adult brothers and sisters of people with disabilities from Pennsylvania to be part of a cutting edge new Sibling Ambassadors Program. Learn more about how you can be involved in this exciting opportunity! http://siblingleadership.org/sibling-ambassadors-program/ The Sibling Ambassadors Program … Continue reading

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Siblings Meet at 2016 Disability Policy Seminar

On April 12, siblings attending the Disability Policy Seminar met for breakfast to connect and share their stories. Each year, the Disability Policy Seminar brings hundreds of advocates to DC to learn, network, and educate policymakers about how policy can … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned from a Sibling with a Disability in the Workforce

Erin Coleman, a board member of the SLN’s Colorado Chapter, Sibling Tree, recently shared insight on lessons she learned when her brother entered the workforce in a blog post for the Colorado Developmental Disabilities Council (DDC). Sibling Tree and Colorado’s … Continue reading

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Recruiting for Sibling Ambassadors Program in Pennsylvania

Are you an adult sibling of a person with disabilities who lives in Pennsylvania?  Do you want to be part of a cutting edge new Sibling Ambassadors Program? We are looking for Pennsylvania adult brothers and sisters of people with … Continue reading

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A Sibling with a Disability Interviews Her Typical Siblings

In a blog post, Tonia, who has cerebral palsy, asked each of four her siblings to share their honest reflections on what it was like growing up with a sister who is disabled. Tonia’s insightful questions encouraged her siblings to … Continue reading

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