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Who are our Siblings? 

  • Siblings are a keystone in anyone's family and an integral part of the extended support group. Siblings provide friendship, comfort, and often much needed levity. The goal of the iCAN Siblings Chapter is to provide those same siblings, whom are so essential, an avenue by which they can share their own stories. Siblings have a voice too, and they are deeply valued within the pediatric care system. Ultimately, the creation of the Siblings Chapter helps highlight an important experience for many people around the world. 

Sign up for the iCAN Siblings Chapter

The iCAN Siblings Chapter is a dynamic group dedicated supporting iCAN and building community through siblings' stories and experiences.


Be a part of our Siblings Chapter and...

  • Have a space to explore your own story as a sibling of someone familiar with pediatric healthcare

  • Developing and engaging with opportunities to support the youth voice

  • Be continuously active throughout your local community and the greater iCAN community

Projects, Opportunities, Resources
For Families & Siblings

Have a project, opportunity, or resource you would like to share? Email us at

Medical Team

What Parents Should Consider When Enrolling Children in Research

JAMA Pediatrics

Are you interested in enrolling your child in a research study?

Click below to learn about the different requirements for research studies, how to find a study, and more.

Provided by JAMA Pediatrics.

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RACE for Children Act

From Labcorp Drug Development Inc.

Learn How the RACE for Children Act Impacts Pediatric Oncology Drug Development

Click below to learn more.


Parents & Families: Ways to get involved

iCAN Resource

Are you looking for different ways to get involved with iCAN?

Check our "For Kids" page to find activities for the entire family.

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The Road Map Project

American Board of Pediatrics (ABP)

The American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) is working with patients, parents, and the Learning Networks Program of the Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence to increase awareness for patients, families, clinicians, and provide ways to help.


The Roadmap Project is a national effort that aims to support the resilience, emotional, and mental health of pediatric patients with chronic conditions and their families.

Click below to learn more about the Road Map Project featuring iCAN's Director, Amy Ohmer.

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Parents' Perspective: The Need for Emotional Support

Children's Hospital Association

Emotional health is an essential component of child health, especially for families of pediatric patients with chronic conditions. 

Click below to read more.

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