Accessibility Tools

Sibling Support

The role of a sibling in the life of a person with an intellectual and developmental disability (I/DD) is as complex as it is meaningful. Siblings can be friends, confidants, and caregivers.

Sibshops is a great place to meet other kids who have
siblings with disabilities.

Through games, crafts and fun, siblings are given the opportunity to feel as though they
are the most important person of the day.

More Information

For information on Sibling Support, Adult Sibling Support, or the Washington State Chapter of the Sibling Leadership Network contact:

 

Jenny Sommer

 Jenny@arcsno.org

425-258-2459 ext 106

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Join the WA State Sibling Connection

Connect with other adult siblings of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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The Arc of Snohomish County is currently working remotely: 

Monday - Friday from 10am - 3pm

127 E. Intercity Ave. Suite C
Everett, WA 98208

(425) 258-2459