We’re always proud to see our state chapters sharing the sibling perspective in the news!
A recent article about siblings with intellectual and developmental disabilities traces the history of the role siblings played in landmark disability rights legislation and highlights the story of Elanna Seid, a speech-language pathologist and Board member of the Massachusetts Sibling Support Network.
Read the article:
When Siblings Have Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
And in another recent article, focused on support groups for children who have siblings with disabilities, CaliforniaSibs co-founder Julie Payne-Neward shares the value of forming connections with other siblings of people with disabilities.