Sibs: for brothers and sisters of disabled children and adults

Links to other organisations regarding IIH, similar conditions, symptoms, and general health and disability organisations. This is a READ ONLY section of the site. If you have any useful links you think should be in this section, contact us and let us know.

Moderator: Moderators

Forum rules
This section of the forum is provided as a resource for information about other organisations that work with IIH, or cover symptoms caused by IIH.

This section of the forum is READ ONLY, i.e. you can't reply to the posted topics. If have any comments on any of the posted links in this section, please use the appropriate area of the "discussion" area of the forums.

For some areas where there are a lot of different links, we've set up a "child board" to collect all of the resources on that subject together.

Know of a site or resource you think other forum members ought to know about? Let one of the Administrators or Moderators know - Celestia, Michelle, Didles, Emma.x, Katie30, or Missy - and we'll check the site out and decide if it's suitable to be included on this board.

As stated in our Terms of Service, which you'll find a link for at the very bottom of each page of the forum, we aren't responsible for the content of other sites, and our inclusion of hyperlinks to such websites does not imply any endorsement of views, statements or information contained in such websites.

As the majority of our members are from the UK, most of the information in this section is about UK based organisations. We recognise though that we do get visitors here and indeed have members from all over the world. If you're not UK based, and you have links specific to your own country that you think would benefit others, please do let us know and we're happy to post links for other countries if you feel they would help others. Please do let us know if you have any links you'd like to share by contacting one of our Administrators or Moderators.

We do try and periodically check the links to make sure they're still pointing at the right place, that sites haven't moved, or disappeared, but if you find any dead links, please do let one of the Administrators or Moderators know so that we can updated the post where necessary.
Locked
iih
Ganglion
Posts: 157
Joined: Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:04 am

Sibs: for brothers and sisters of disabled children and adults

Post by iih » Fri Feb 24, 2017 4:11 pm

http://www.sibs.org.uk/

A UK charity to support (child and adult) siblings of people with disabilities/life limiting conditions. Also to support parents dealing with sibling issues. Training and support for professionals.

Sibs have now launched Young Sibs.

'YoungSibs is an online support service for brothers and sisters of disabled children and young people. It is for siblings who live in the UK and who are under 18.'

http://www.youngsibs.org.uk/

Locked

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot] and 1 guest