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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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SLN’s Sibling Advocacy Toolkit!

The Sibling Leadership Network has developed a Sibling Advocacy Toolkit to help siblings of individuals with disabilities get involved in policy advocacy. This toolkit is designed to demonstrate how advocacy consists of multiple layers, steps and levels. “Advocacy layers” can work … Continue reading

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Understanding the new Home and Community-Based Services Rules

  This new Issue Brief from the Collaboration to Promote Self-Determination and the Ruderman Family Foundation places the new rule in historical context of the evolution of home and community-based services (HCBS) and offers a vision for how the new … Continue reading

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Tuesdays with Liz: Disability Policy For All

From AUCD’s Liz Weintraub: Have you ever felt like you didn’t understand what’s going on with disability policy, but wanted to understand so you could advocate for yourself and others? Well, I felt that way all the time.  I wanted … Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons to Attend the 2015 SLN Conference

There are 10 more weeks until the National SLN Conference being held in Louisville, KY May 30-31, 2015. We are counting down the Top 10 Reasons to attend the conference. We hope to see you there! Registration for the conference … Continue reading

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Participate in the National Sibling Survey

The Sibling Leadership Network is studying the support needs of siblings of individuals with disabilities. We invite you to complete this survey and to encourage other individuals you know to participate in the National Survey about Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities, their Support Needs, … Continue reading

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