Siblings with a Mission keeps siblings and sibling supporters up-to-date with upcoming events and current research in the special needs community. As part of our mission, we show siblings how to spread awareness of special needs and teach communities that people with disabilities can still have fun and enjoy life, too.
News about Current Research and Support Initiatives:
"The Orphans of Medical Research: Finding a Cure for Rare Diseases," by Rachel Dokko
Did you know very few doctors and scientists research rare diseases? Learn why here.
"Can Xbox Video Games Really Help People with ASD?" by Mahisha Ramalingam
An elementary school in Virginia, USA has begun to use Xbox Kinect to help people on the spectrum improve their social, communication, and fine motor skills. Grab your video games and play with your sibling today. Read the article here.
"High School Students Host Pizza Party for Special Needs Classrooms," by Nathan Grant
High school students from Cincinnati Country Day School learned what it is like to live with disability. By hosting a pizza party for two special needs classrooms, these high school students learned that disability does not define personality. Learn more about this news story here.
Siblings with a Mission is an international organization established to serve and support siblings of individuals with special needs. All images are found on Google images and are solely used for education purposes. The stories and advice provided by Siblings with a Mission are not to be replaced by professional advice and counseling but to be considered as an additional source of support.