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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?

May
18
Sat
9:00 am Sibshop at William G. Lunney Lak... @ William G. Lunney Lake Farm Park Site #3
Sibshop at William G. Lunney Lak... @ William G. Lunney Lake Farm Park Site #3
May 18 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Join us for Sibshop: Private Eye! Join us for a fun-filled Sibshop at William G. Lunney Lake Farm Park site # 3. For children 6-12 years old who have a sibling with a disability. Lussier [read more]
May
20
Mon
4:00 pm Adult Sib Virtual Workshop: Safe... @ Zoom
Adult Sib Virtual Workshop: Safe... @ Zoom
May 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Adult Sib Virtual Workshop: Safety, Sexuality & Healthy Relationships for Individuals with Disabilities @ Zoom
Talking with our siblings about sexuality can be a difficult task. This workshop will help you become more comfortable discussing sexuality with your sibling while ensuring they can create meaningful and safe connections. This workshop [read more]
May
31
Fri
1:00 pm Journey Forward – Oshkosh @ James P. Coughlin Center (UW Extension- Winnebago Co.)
Journey Forward – Oshkosh @ James P. Coughlin Center (UW Extension- Winnebago Co.)
May 31 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Journey Forward - Oshkosh @ James P. Coughlin Center (UW Extension- Winnebago Co.) | Appleton | Wisconsin | United States
Are you a sibling who is concerned about the day your parents no longer can care for your sibling?  Or you’ve become responsible for your sibling and are unsure about the future and need some [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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