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Generally speaking, a child with or without disabilities may be raised by one or both parents. However, there may be life circumstances such as the death of one or both parents, or if one or both parents are either financially, … Continue reading
November is National Family Caregivers Month, recognizing the 43.5 million Americans who provide unpaid care to an adult or child every year. Family caregivers can include parents, siblings, adult children, and other family members who support loved ones with disabilities. … Continue reading
April 10th, 2016 was National Sibling Day. The relationship between siblings can play a very important role in the lives of individuals with disabilities—particularly those with intellectual and developmental disabilities—through support and advocacy. Founded in 2007, the Sibling Leadership Network … Continue reading
We’re chugging along through the final reports in our collection. It also gives us the opportunity to add some historical information to the Program Database of projects funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (our funding agency). … Continue reading