Sibling definition

Sibling means each of two (2) or more children having a parent in common by blood, adoption, marriage, or foster care.
Sibling means a birth sibling or legally adopted brother or sister, step-brother, step-sister, or other person sharing a common parent with an employee.
Sibling means a natural brother or sister, a half brother or sister, a legally adopted brother or sister or half-brother or sister, a step brother or sister or other child living in the same household as part of the same family who, in any of these cases, will be living at the same address at the date of their application for a place.

Examples of Sibling in a sentence

  • Shasta County HHSA, Children’s Services is seeking responses from licensed psychologists for the provision of Individual Psychological Evaluations, Adoption Psychological Evaluations, Psychotherapy, Parent/Child Bonding Assessments and Sibling Assessments for youth and family involved in dependency court.

  • SIBLING lows: Half-siblings Adopted siblings Children subject of a child arrangement order Step-children Common law step-children Sibling priority will apply to children onyl if they live in the same home as another sibling attending the named school and who would still be in attendance when the child is admitted.

  • Deliver each written Individual Psychological Evaluation, Psychological-Sexual Evaluation, Adoption Psychological Evaluations, Psychotherapy, Parent/Child Bonding Assessments or Sibling Assessments to the requesting Department Head.

  • Sibling appointments are also coordinated to meet all eligible family member needs at the same time.

  • Initial Sibling Discount:▪ A sibling discount will be issued when siblings contract for Crown Care.

More Definitions of Sibling

Sibling means each of two or more children having one or more parents in common.
Sibling means brother or sister, to include adopted brothers and sisters, half brothers and sisters or step brothers and sisters. A sibling relationship does not apply when the older child(ren) will leave before the younger one starts.
Sibling means a biological, foster, or adopted sibling of an employee. “Spouse” means a husband or wife.
Sibling means one of two or more children or wards related:
Sibling means a child's birth brother, birth sister, adoptive brother, adoptive sister, half-brother, or half-sister, or as defined by the law or custom of the Indian child's tribe for an Indian child as defined in RCW 13.38.040.
Sibling means a child who is related through birth or adoption by at least 1 common parent. Sibling includes that term as defined by the American Indian or Alaskan native child's tribal code or custom.
Sibling means one of two or more children or young adults who are related, or would be related but for a termination or other disruption of parental rights, in one of the following ways: