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19 April, 2017, 2 PM-3 PM
April 19, 2017
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. EST Content
As parents of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities age, siblings tend to become the main caregiver. In this webinar, Dr. Meghan Burke will lay the framework and discuss research on sibling caregiving roles and Dr. John Kramer will share research on how siblings, both with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), age together. Katie Arnold from the Sibling Leadership Network (SLN) will provide more information on the SLN.
Katie Arnold, MS, University of Illinois at Chicago
Meghan Burke, PhD, University of Illinois
John Kramer, PhD, University of Massachusetts Boston
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