IncludeNYC Symposium: Disability in the Family

IncludeNYC Symposium: Disability in the Family

Winter
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Exploring the Experience of Sibling Relationships: A Panel Featuring Brothers and Sisters of People with Disabilities

Join us for a thought provoking conversation on the unique challenges and opportunities siblings encounter throughout the lifespan.

FEATURING:

  • Don Meyer is the former director of the Sibling Support Project and creator of Sibshop, a model providing support to siblings of people with disabilities. Don's Sibshop trainings have resulted in 450 sibling support groups globally. He is the author of six books on sibling issues and the recipient of the Sibling Leadership Network's Lifetime Achievement Award. 
  • Liz Sargent, filmmaker, explores her experiences as one of 11 children, several with disabilities
  • Allan B. Goldstein, Disabilities Studies lecturer at NYU Tandon + brother to a Willowbrook survivor
  • Lindsay Hyland, special education teacher + sibling activist

 

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