National Siblings Day is April 10

National Siblings Day Celebration

April 10th is National Siblings Day.  No, Hallmark has not proclaimed
the day, but one day they might.  The sibling relationship is deeply
significant and is the longest-lasting bond we will likely ever have.

Sibling relationships can be uniquely “special” when one sibling has a
disability or chronic health condition.  To honor the sibling
relationship—as well as the many contributions made by
typically-developing brothers and sisters—the Sibling Support Project
has created special webpages in honor of National Siblings Day.

These webpages feature 20 sets of sibs of all ages and backgrounds.
Their pictures and words testify to sibs’ enduring relationship.
Please visit our website and share the good news with others who may
be interested.  Here’s our address:



Don Meyer
Director, Sibling Support Project
A Kindering Center program
6512 23rd Ave NW, #213
Seattle, WA 98117
206-297-6368; fax 509-752-6789

Sibling Support Project website:
Sibling Support Project online training calendar:

Our brothers, Our sisters, Ourselves

John Kramer, M.A.
Ph.D. in Disability Studies Candidate
Supporting Siblings in Future Planning Project
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging with Developmental Disabilities
University of Illinois at Chicago
1640 W. Roosevelt Rd.
Chicago, IL 60608

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