The sibling relationship is the longest relationship most of us will experience in our lives. When one sibling has a disability, it creates a more complicated dynamic that evolves and changes throughout life.
Join the Oregon Sibling Leadership Network (Oregon Sibs) to learn what it means to be a sibling to someone with a disability (Sib) and the impact across the lifespan. We will share what the research tells Us, explore personal Sib stories, and engage in planning how to best support families in early intervention and beyond, keeping the experiences and perspectives of siblings in mind.
This free virtual event will take place on Monday, September 25th from 6 pm to 7:30 pm MST. Please click here to register.