Online resources: posted and seeking

I’m taking some time this morning to deal with “blog business” – one thing I’m doing is adding links to other blogs and to pages that look like they could be valuable resources, both for siblings and for families in general.

A friend suggested that I link to websites or blogs of people that I know are involved in activism or awareness; I’ve been struggling for weeks with the thought that, aside from the Kindering Center/SibNet folks, I don’t know of anyone who advocates on behalf of siblings. (This despite a lifetime of having a mother who has professional affiliations to the disability community, not just personal.) I’m sad about that. Hopefully this is due to my not feeling the need to seek out more forms of support and my (forgivable?) lack of engagement with some parts of the “real world” during grad school.

Most of the links I’m adding are based on web searches that lead me to interesting-looking sites. If anyone out there in the ether has any recommendations, I’d love to hear them!

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