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Learn more about the State of the States in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

The SLN is honored to be a member of the State of the States (SoS) in IDD Advisory Committee. The SoS is a Longitudinal Data Collection Project of National Significance that collects data from states and reports revenue, spending and … Continue reading

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Registration Open for Colorado Allies in Leadership, Policymaking and Systems Change Program

Allies in Leadership, Policymaking and Systems Change (ALPS) is a leadership and advocacy training funded by the CO Developmental Disabilities Council. As a participant of our training, you will be able to join the ALPS Committee which will work together … Continue reading

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Guide for State Sibling Chapters to Increase Diversity

Created by the Diversity and Social Justice Committee, the Guide for State Sibling Chapters to Increase Diversity provides guidance for state chapters to ensure that the interests and needs of siblings from all backgrounds and identities are supported. This resource was created … Continue reading

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Great Holiday Gift Idea: The Sibling Survival Guide

If you’re a sibling of a person with a disability on the lookout for helpful guidance and information, look no further than The Sibling Survival Guide! Edited by Sibling Leadership Network (SLN) members and packed with contributions from SLN members, this book is makes a … Continue reading

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Support Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Through Your Holiday Shopping

  Sibling Leadership Network’s Digital Communications Manager, Emily Ladau, recently collaborated with the Chicagoland Entrepreneurship Education for People with Disabilities (CEED) project to develop a 2017 Disability Holiday Gift Guide featuring entrepreneurs with disabilities. Support disability-owned small businesses by doing your … Continue reading

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