Spotlight on Sibling Leadership Network State Chapters

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 … Continue reading

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How Does Having a Sibling with a Disability Affect Girls & Women?

Thank you to Harriet Redman, Executive Director of Wisconsibs, the Wisconsin Chapter of the SLN! She created and shared “How does Having a Sibling with a Disability affect Girls & Women?” The perspective of Growing Up, Growing Closer, and Growing … Continue reading

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Siblings Represented at the Contra Costa, California Women’s March

From the CaliforniaSibs Executive Committee: Saturday, January 20th marked the 2nd Annual Women’s March, and Sibs had a voice this year, thanks to participation at the Contra Costa event in Northern California. Julie Payne-Neward, President & Co-Founder of the California … Continue reading

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Winter/Spring 2018 Schedule Announced for Sibling Workshops and Sibshop Facilitator Trainings

The Sibling Support Project has announced their upcoming sibling workshops and Sibshop Facilitator Trainings, to be held around the United States and internationally. About the Presenter: Don Meyer is the director of the Kindering Center’s Sibling Support Project. Don is probably best known for creating Sibshops, … Continue reading

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SLN Digital Communications Manager Emily Ladau Recognized for Advocacy Achievements

Emily Ladau, who has served as the SLN’s Digital Communications Manager since 2015, has recently been recognized for her disability-focused advocacy work. In early January, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) announced that Emily is a recipient of … Continue reading

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