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Connecting siblings with resources for their lifelong journey

Welcome to WisconSibs!

When a child is diagnosed with a disability or long-term health care need, the whole family is changed and needs support.  That includes the sisters and brothers. When an adult with a disability outlives his or her parents, who’s left to step up?  Most often, their sisters and brothers. While often overlooked, siblings – the brothers and sisters – play a critical, life-long role for a person with special needs. And who can help siblings connect with each other and with resources to help them celebrate the joys and share the challenges of having a brother or sister with a disability? Welcome to WisconSibs!


So . . . Who Are You?

Jun
18
Tue
3:00 pm Sib Camp 2024 – Devil’s Lake – J... @ Devil's Lake State Park-Baraboo, WI
Sib Camp 2024 – Devil’s Lake – J... @ Devil's Lake State Park-Baraboo, WI
Jun 18 @ 3:00 pm – Jun 21 @ 12:00 pm
Sib Camp 2024 - Devil's Lake - June 18-21 @ Devil's Lake State Park-Baraboo, WI
Sib Camp June 18-21 for Ages 12-16 at Devil’s Lake State Park*, Baraboo WI (sleeping in tents), $475/camper This Sib Camp is  4 days, 3 nights of hiking, swimming, and much more. Guided by experienced [read more]
6:00 pm WisconSibsREAD IN-PERSON Get Tog... @ Pullmans at Trolley Square
WisconSibsREAD IN-PERSON Get Tog... @ Pullmans at Trolley Square
Jun 18 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
WisconSibsREAD IN-PERSON Get Together @ Pullmans at Trolley Square
ANNUAL IN-PERSON Book Club for adult Sibs! At least once a year the WisconSibsREAD book club members get together in-person to network and have a great time. They invite any adult Sib to join them [read more]
Jun
24
Mon
7:00 pm Virtual Adult Sibling Workshop: ... @ Zoom
Virtual Adult Sibling Workshop: ... @ Zoom
Jun 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Virtual Adult Sibling Workshop: Navigating Emotions @ Zoom
Join WisconSibs and other adult siblings in Wisconsin as we discuss various emotions that can arise when having a sibling with a disability, such as guilt, jealousy, or worry. Provide strategies for managing these emotions [read more]

For more than 20 years, we’ve been serving siblings of people with disabilities along their lifelong journey through peer support programs, education and networking opportunities, leadership development, and more.

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