Update on Sibling Leadership Network’s Diversity and Social Justice Committee

The Sibling Leadership Network (SLN) is excited to announce the launch of our Diversity and Social Justice Committee! This committee will be working hard to make connections between the sibling movement and other social justice movements in an effort to … Continue reading

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Sibling Leadership Network Welcomes State Chapters in Mississippi and Connecticut

The Sibling Leadership Network is excited to announced that we have recently welcomed two new chapters: Brothers and Sisters Together in Mississippi and CT Sibs in Connecticut. We’re proud of the sibling leaders in every state around the U.S. and … Continue reading

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SLN Conference Scholarships Available for Georgia Sibs

Attention Georgia Siblings! Through the generous support of GCDD, there are scholarships available for Georgia siblings to attend the National Sibling Leadership Conference in Hartford, CT on June 24 and 25. Scholarship applications are due 4/28/17. Click here to download … Continue reading

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Celebrating National Siblings Day: A Reflection on Being a Sib

I am so very thankful to be a sib! Although sibship comes with challenges, heartaches, as well as fabulousness, I feel like I am who I am due to this one integral facet of my life. Who would I be … Continue reading

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Webinar on April 19 – Transitioning Roles from Aging Parents to Siblings of People with I/DD

Transitioning Roles from Aging Parents to Siblings of People with I/DD April 19, 2017 4:00 – 5:00 PM EST Content Overview: As parents of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities age, siblings may become the main caregivers. In this webinar, … Continue reading

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