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WisconSibs’ Annual Sibling’s Choice Awards

Over the years, siblings have told us how much they depend on and appreciate quality caregivers who really care about their brothers and sisters.  So, in 2009, we developed two Sibling’s Choice Awards to acknowledge and honor professional and family caregivers across Wisconsin who do an outstanding job of promoting the independence and quality of life of a person with a disability. In 2023, a third category was added to the award to recognize siblings of people with disabilities who act in a caregiving role for much of, or all, their lives.

Nominations are accepted from brothers or sisters of individuals with disabilities.  Nominations recognize either family caregivers, siblings, or professional individuals, including service providers, physicians, attorneys, financial professionals, legislators and advocates who serve and support individuals with disabilities.

Submissions for 2024 Sibling’s Choice Award nominations will open soon! 

On November 11, 2023, WisconSibs was honored to present the 2023 Sibling’s Choice Awards to four dedicated caregivers. Please join us in congratulating them for their outstanding dedication to providing care to a person with a disability.


Some Past winners:


  • Joel Lillo, Appleton, WisconSibs Sibling’s Choice Family Caregiver Award. Joel cares for Jordan, a young man living with autism and was nominated by Jordan’s sister, Karenna Zills of West Allis.  
  • Judy and Robert Wicklund, Green Bay, WisconSibs Sibling’s Choice Family Caregiver Award. They provide care for their twin sons and were nominated by their daughter, Johanna Wicklund of Green Bay.
  • Bailey Hubbard, Belleville, WisconSibs Sibling’s Choice Professional Caregiver Award. Bailey provides respite care for Max and was nominated my Max’s sister, Ava Foley of Belleville.


  • Sara Wipperman, New Holstein, WisconSibs Sibling’s Choice Family Caregiver Award. Sara cares for Wyatt, a young boy with disabilities and was nominated by Wyatt’s sister, Anika.
  • Andrene Busch, Neenah, WisconSibs Sibling’s Choice Family Caregiver Award. Annabelle Busch, 13, a Shattuck Middle School eighth-grader and sister of Catherine, nominated her Aunt Andrene for the award.
  • Todd Steven & Associates, Menasha, WisconSibs Sibling’s Choice Professional Caregiver Award who provides daily care and community support for Phillip Redman. Phillip’s sister, Christiana Yablonowski nominated the organization.

Press Releases:
Download complete news release – 2023
Download complete news release – 2021
Download complete news release – 2019

WisconSibs, Inc is a member of the Wisconsin Family and Caregiver Support Alliance (WFACSA) and the Outagamie Caregiver Coalition to address the needs of family caregivers, including siblings.