This Thursday, Seattle Children’s Autism Center is hosting a panel discussion on “Autism from a Sibling’s Perspective,” as part of their Autism 200 series. During the event, attendees will hear stories from the brothers and sisters of individuals with autism. They will answer questions, offer their unique perspectives and experiences, and provide a platform for open and positive communication about the challenging and rewarding aspects of having a sibling with autism. The discussion will be held at Seattle Children’s Wright Auditorium on Thursday, November 16th from 7:00-8:30pm. If you can’t attend the event, the discussion will be available through video teleconferencing and posted on the Seattle Children’s website for later viewing. For more information about the event, click here.