Mark your calendar and plan to meet us at the Red Lion Paper Valley Hotel on October 22, 2019. Doors open at 11:00 am for a preview of the fabulous purse silent auction, raffle and Encore bags. Event begins at 11:30 am.
Don’t miss the fun with your sisters, girlfriends, family, and colleagues!
11:00 am Doors open
11:30 am Shopping begins!
noon Program and awards
1:25 pm Winners announced
Sponsors enjoy many benefits. Interested in more information about sponsoring? Click YES
Interested in donating a silent auction item or Encore bag? Click YES
To register a single seat or a table of 8 or 10, click here.
NO CAREGIVER CHAT TODAY DUE TO HOLIDAY
Caregiver Chats are open to the public and provide an environment for caregivers (unpaid or paid) to gather and discuss what is happening in their lives and seek possible resources to address the issues. This is an informal structured discussion facilitated by a member of the Outagamie Caregiver Coalition.
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Adult Siblings, their families, and invited guests are invited to join WisconSibs for a delightful Adult Sibling Holiday Social on December 6, 2017 at The Grand Meridian.
Bring your sibling, friends, family or caregivers for this relaxed, cozy, and delicious event. Free parking and easy accessibility. Great opportunity to meet other WisconSibs and their siblings with disabilities.
Please make your reservations by December 4.
Make reservations by calling 920-968-1742 or click HERE.
WisconSibs and SOAR Fox Cities is co-hosting this interactive session that will help you explore housing solutions and move towards independence. If you are concerned about housing for people with disabilities, come and learn from others, share your perspective on the issues, and join the conversation about options for the future.
Order dinner on your own and meet others looking for housing suitable for people with disabilities.
Please RSVP to [email protected]
Sibling Survival Series
Join attorney Kristine Williams and adult WisconSibs to get tips about future planning and other concerns of adult siblings. This first in a series of “Sibling Survival Sessions” connect siblings with vital information and helpful resources. Don Meyer’s book, “The Sibling Survival Guide” will be available for purchase. Event is FREE.
This one-day conference is packed with uplifting speakers to help bring joy to family caregivers and others. If you are interested, register yourself and look for WisconSibs table to gather for lunch together.
Features inspiring and humorous speakers and lunch.
Schedule of the day:
8:00 am Doors Open (must be registered – no walk ins)
9:00 am Welcome
9:15 am Speaker: Misdiagnosed:Discovering Joy in the Midst of Adversity – Jean Abbott
10:45 am Speaker: Joy Spreaders: Who They Are, What Makes Them Tick and Why You Desperately Need Them – Neil Ihde
noon Lunch – box lunch included with registration. Find the WisconSibs table to eat together.
1:00 pm Speaker: My Happy Place: Latte and Laughter – Dr Danielle Hairston-Green
2:15 pm Closing remarks
WisconSibs will have a table with activities and is LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS (teens or adults) to run those activities. If interested, click here.
H.U.L.K. (Huggable Unselfish Lovable Kids) Sibshop for boys and their dads
Being a brother can often be full or exploding emotions. Frustration and anger can blow up like mixing baking soda and vinegar. This Sibshop for boys has been an opportunity to look at how siblings can keep those explosions from becoming overwhelming them and turning into the HULK.
Chemistry teacher and Sib, Ben Stern (featured in SibNews), puts us through fun experiments, competitions, and discussions with the boys (ages 6 and older)…PLUS boys can bring their dads, a grandpa, a big brother, an uncle or other grown up friend. From HULK to Huggable Unselfish Lovable Kids, siblings experience the fun and challenges of growing up as a Sib.
S.P.A. (Sister are Pretty Awesom) Sibshop for girls and their moms
Being a sister of someone with disabilities can be pretty awesome. It can also be pretty full of exploding emotions. Frustration and anger can blow up like mixing baking soda and vinegar. This Sibshop for girls is been an opportunity to look at how siblings can keep those explosions from becoming overwhelming and keep life awesome.
Chemistry teacher and Sib, Ben Stern (featured in SibNews), puts us through fun experiments, competitions, and discussions with the boys (ages 6 and older)…PLUS girls can bring their moms, a grandma, a big sister, an aunt or other grown up friend. At SPA Sibshop siblings experience the fun and address the challenges of growing up as a Sib.
This is a great opportunity for kids and adults of any age who may be home taking care of themselves and others to have some fun.
Just get a couple packages of Peeps, a box, some glue, a little paper or decorations, and you’ve got fun for an afternoon.
Then take 2 photos and send them to [email protected] . The theme this year is “Take a Peep Around the World”. More information and see entries from previous years visit https://wisconsibs.org/what-we-offer/sibs-are-my-peeps/