Congress Just Passed a Tax Bill. Here’s What it Means for People with Disabilities.

Early in the morning of December 2, the Senate passed the Tax Cut and Jobs Act by a vote of 51-49. It is different than the bill passed by the House, so the House must now vote on the bill. … 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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Register for SABE’s 2018 Self Advocacy Conference

Register now for the next Self Advocacy Conference hosted by Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE), taking place from June 7-9, 2018 in Birmingham Alabama. SLN’s Executive Director, Katie Arnold, attend a previous SABE conference with her sister, Patrice. Throughout their … Continue reading

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New research available: young adult siblings with and without disabilities share perspectives about comparison of their life experiences during young adulthood

by Ariella Meltzer Often siblings of people with disabilities experience a range of life changes during young adulthood – such as making new relationships, learning to drive, moving out of home, finishing school and starting work – that they see … Continue reading

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Call for Research Participants: Parents and Siblings of Individuals with Disabilities Over 18 Years of Age

 

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