Special Brothers and Sisters is a collection of real-life accounts from the brothers and sisters of children with special needs, disability or serious illness, ranging in age from 3 to 18 years.
They explain, in their own words, what it’s like to live with their siblings.There is a lot of advice available for parents of a child with a disability or illness, but very little about the important issue of educating their siblings about how they feel, and why they may behave differently from other children.
These stories – from 40 different families – come with related tips to help siblings deal with some of the things that happen in their family lives. The book also provides a helpful glossary to explain, in child-friendly language, the disabilities and medical conditions mentioned, including:* ADHD* autism* cerebral palsy* cystic fibrosis* Down syndromeSpecial Brothers and Sisters is an engaging and educational collection that will enable young people and adults to share in the extraordinary experience of being a sibling of a child with special needs, a disability or serious illness.Bookmark the permalink. ← Sleep-overs Special Stories for Disability Awareness →
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