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Brief Report: Family-Based Group Intervention for Young Siblings of Children with Chronic Illness and Developmental Disability
Journal of Pediatric Psychology
Objective To evaluate the impact of a family-based group intervention for young siblings of children with chronic illness and developmental disability (CI/DD). Methods Forty-three healthy siblings (ages 4-7 years) of children with CI/DD and their parents participated in an intervention designed to address sibling challenges that cut across types of diagnostic conditions. The intervention consisted of six sessions of collateral and integrated sibling-parent groups. Measures of sibling knowledge,doi:10.1093/jpepsy/jsi054 pmid:16260437 fatcat:wjqtbqrwcraprlpkhye35jpsrq