Q-and-A: How to help siblings cope with disabilities

05/26/2009 | Disability Scoop

Don Meyer, who directs the Sibling Support Project, advises educators and parents on how to help students cope with siblings who have special needs. The students may be able to overcome resentment if their parents learn to be active listeners and explain a sibling's disability, he says.

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