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5 Things Families Can Do to Foster Relationships Between Children who Struggle and Typically Developing Siblings

With Dr. Alaka Chandurkar and Heather Dukes-Murray, PhD, of Meghan Barlow and Associates

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Presented: 2021

Image shows two children - a boy and a girl - stacking a tower of blocks. The boy is laying on the floor, stretching to reach the top of the tower while the girl sits cross-legged and steadies the boy's hand. Both appear engaged and happy with their project.

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Description of Presentation

Do you wish your children had a close bond? Is it difficult for your typically developing child to interact with your child who struggles? Join local pediatrician, Dr. Alaka Chandurkar, and licensed clinical psychologist, Heather Dukes-Murray, Ph.D., of Meghan Barlow & Associates, to learn five ways you can work with your typical child to build a relationship with a sibling who struggles.


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