Children And Adolescents Who Are The Siblings Of Children With Intellectual Disabilities Or Autism

This report by Professor Richard Hastings from the University of Warwick has identified concerning gaps in research and support for brothers and sisters of disabled people. The review highlights two groups of siblings in particular that need urgent attention: siblings whose brothers and sisters have high levels of behavioural problems, and young carers that care for siblings with a health or disability need. Leadership Briefing Issue 8.09 (93)

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