The SLN Welcomes Missouri Sibling Leadership Network

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Please join us in extending a warm welcome to the Missouri Sibling Leadership Network! 

The Missouri Sibling Leadership Network (MO SLN) is a group of adult siblings that started working toward developing a chapter last August. MO SLN meets the second Tuesday of every month for chapter development meetings, social groups, and support groups. They are currently working on applying for 501(c)(3) status as well as planning stakeholder meetings (for sibling supporters, other family members and professionals) and speaker meetings to educate siblings about resources available to them and their families. The group’s longterm goals include developing regional committees for more in-person connections and meetings, attending state and national conferences, and politically advocating for their families and the issues affecting them.

To get in touch with MO SLN, email missouri.sln@gmail.com or visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/missouri.sln

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  • I love this! Way to go Missouri! Thank you to the MO SLN team for all your hard work to make this happen!

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  • St. Louis Retaining Walls
    May 15, 2024 11:44 am

    This is fantastic news for Missouri families! The Missouri Sibling Leadership Network (MO SLN) is a much-needed resource for adult siblings of individuals with disabilities. The monthly meetings for chapter development, social groups, and support groups sound incredibly valuable.

    I’m particularly interested in learning more about the stakeholder meetings MO SLN is planning. Will these meetings be open to the public, or are they intended for a specific audience? Attending a stakeholder meeting could be a great way for professionals who work with families with disabilities to learn more about the MO SLN and how to connect siblings with this valuable support network.

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