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Posted on Friday, May 18th, 2012
If you live in the Great Lakes region, be sure to check out this trifecta of sibling awesomeness… -J “We’re pleased to announce the second annual Sibs in the City for adults who have siblings with disabilities. This unique event … Continue reading →
Posted on Friday, February 3rd, 2012
For sibs in Pennsylvania- you might find this interesting. -John You and your siblings are invited to come celebrate the SPECIAL BOND YOU SHARE! Join us at Generations, 9 State Road, Media, PA on Tuesday, April 10th NATIONAL SIBLING DAY … Continue reading →
Posted on Wednesday, December 14th, 2011
The Sibling Support Project is thrilled to welcome The Sibling Leadership Network as a cosponsor of SibNet. SibNet is the Internet’s first, longest-running, and largest Yahoogroup and Facebook group for adult siblings of people with disabilities. Created in 1996, SibNet … Continue reading →
Posted on Tuesday, May 17th, 2011
An event for siblings from Illinois and Wisconsin to network, learn and have fun. If you live in Illinois or Wisconsin and have a sibling with a disability, come join us. Imagine: time to relax and network with other adult siblings, … Continue reading →
Posted on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010
(via Don Meyer) Hello, dear friends– Anne Guthrie has organized the latest Blue Moon event. Blue Moon events (so-called because that’s how often we meet) are relaxed gatherings of adult sibs of people with developmental disabilities who meet to share … Continue reading →