The Sibling Research Corner is designed to share the results of studies about siblings of individuals with disabilities in an accessible manner. The summaries of individual sibling studies will include the: purpose, method, and findings of the study as well as its implications for future research, policy, and practice.
Current features include:
- Siblings with and without disabilities think differently to each other about the comparison of their young adult experiences – and why it matters
by Ariella Meltzer in Families, Relationships and Societies, Policy Press
- Research on Siblings in Texas
- Building Belonging: The Need for Resources for Siblings of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
- What is ‘sibling support’? Defining the social support sector serving siblings of people with disability by Ariella Meltzer