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Taxonomy Code: YK-8000

People who have the same parents and are related to one another as brothers and/or sisters.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
SIBLING CLASSTeaches children 3 years of age and older how to welcome a new baby to the family. Offered through Family Education Program. Call for schedule and fees.SuffolkSIBLING CLASSST. CHARLES HOSPITAL
SIBSPLACEA prevention and support program for children with sibling(s) or parent(s) with cancer or other devastating or chronic illnesses. Services include social interaction, mentoring, tutoring, arts and crafts development, youth-centered games and scheduled special events/field trips. Program provides siblings with emotional support, attention, and routine at a time when the families' resources are focused on the needs of the loved one(s).NassauSIBSPLACESOUTH NASSAU COMMUNITIES HOSPITAL
SUNRISE DAY CAMP-YEAR ROUND PROGRAMSProvides year round programs for children with cancer and their siblings, ages 3-16. Includes monthly Sunday activities and/or trips and holiday and school recess programs.NassauSUNRISE DAY CAMP-YEAR ROUND PROGRAMSFRIEDBERG JCC
THE SARAH GRACE FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER, INC.Dedicated to improving the quality of life of children with cancer and to provide comfort and support to the families. Services include recreational and wish granting for patient and siblings, financial aid and support to the parents and disseminating information to the general public about children suffering from cancer. Operates in Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York, Winthrop, Columbia, Montefiore, Nassau University Medical Center and other area hospitals.NassauTHE SARAH GRACE FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER, INC.THE SARAH GRACE FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER, INC.
VITAL RECORDS SECTIONProvides access to vital records of birth, death, marriage and divorce for state certified events (all areas except New York City). Also maintains and provides access to adoption, medical information, and sibling registry. Generally, law determines release of records only to individual or eligible relative.VITAL RECORDS SECTIONNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

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