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Sibshop Facilitator Training
The only way to become a first-generation Sibshop facilitator is to attend a two-day Sibshop training. And adult sibs, parents, service providers, university students and others often join us for the first day for a lively and rewarding discussion of sibs' issues across the lifespan. We hope you can join us!
Confirmed dates for upcoming Sibshop trainings and other sibling workshops:
Workshops on sibling issues: March 18, 2014
Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinical Conference
Sibshop training: March 28 & 29, 2014 Delray Beach, Florida Slomin Family Center for Autism and Related Disabilities and Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Center for Autism and Related Disabilities Registration Contact: FAU, Center for Autism and Related Disabilities 1-888-632-6395 or 561-297-2055 CARD@fau.edu http://autism.fau.edu
Sibshop training: May 9 & 10, 2014 Richland, Washington The Arc of the Tri-Cities Registration contact: Judy Westik 509-783-1131 x 103 www.arcoftricities.com
Sibshop training: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 and Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 Norfolk, Nebraska The Northeast Community College Lifelong Learning Center Registration contact: Ruth Miller, Educational Service Unit #8 402-887-5041 ext 1225 www.esu8.org www.esu1.org
There are now over 400 registered Sibshops in the US, Canada and beyond! Sibshops offer young sibs of kids with special needs a chance to meet other sibs, have fun, talk about their experiences, and have some more fun.
Introducing SibTeen! For quite a while, we have wanted to create a place on the internet just for teenage brothers and sister. We're happy to announce the SibTeen Facebook group! Learn more about SibTeen here!
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About our parent organization, the Kindering Center. A not-for-profit neurodevelopmental center, the Kindering Center provides comprehensive services, crucial therapies, special education, and counseling for over 2,000 infants and children with special needs each year. The Kindering Center is committed to creating and providing superior, individualized, family-centered services for children who have disabilities, special health care needs, or are vulnerable because of abuse or neglect.
The Sibling Support Project is grateful for the support provided by The George A. and Marion M. Wilson Foundation
The names and logos of the Sibling Support Project, Sibshops, SibNet, SibKids, and SibGroup are trademarks of the Sibling Support Project.