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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
Chicago, Illinois
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

Workshops on sibling issues: May 18 & 19, 2014
Hilton Head, South Carolina
2014 Annual Pediatric Conference
http://www.hackensackumc.org/peds13/logistics/

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

Sibshop training: October 3 & 4, 2014
Chicago, Illinois
Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center
Registration Contact: Sibsnet, Tara Conley
708-989-3619
info@sibsnetwork.org
www.sibsnetwork.org

November 7 & 8, 2014

Odessa, Texas
Hosted by SHARE
Registration contact: Tom Jones
432-553-5456
http://www.sharewesttexas.org

More trainings will be listed here as dates are confirmed, so check back often!  To learn about pending dates and locations, visit our online training calendar


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Want to schedule a Sibshop training in your community?  Drop us a line at info@siblingsupport.org
 
 

See pictures of Sibshops from around the world!

Sibshops in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

See pictures of a recent Sibshop training and sibling workshops in Turin, Italy.  

 

400 Sibshops

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.  

Find a Sibshop in your community

Learn how to start a Sibshop in your community

Frequently Asked Questions about Sibshops

See pictures of Sibshops from the around the world!

The Sibling Support Project is thrilled to announce our newest project GKSN--Grandparents of Kids with Special Needs!  No one knows what it is like to be the grandparent of a child with special needs better than another grandparent. Check it out!

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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!

 

 


The Arc of King County in Seattle produced an excellent video about sibling issues and Sibshops.  It's almost 15 minutes long, but provides great insights from sibs of different ages and cultural backgrounds.  So grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and check it out!  We've been on television, radio and in newspapers quite a bit lately.  Check out our media page!

Get your own Sibshop t-shirt, sweatshirt or mug! 

Click here to see an extensive list of sibling-related books!

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