We are excited to offer another Sibshop in the Madison area.
WisconSibs Sibshops are workshops for children ages 6-12 who are brothers and sisters of children with disabilities. Sibshops are lively, relaxed events that combine recreation, information, and discussion, and give siblings the opportunity to celebrate the contributions and the challenges of their brothers and sisters with others their age.
Our March Madison Sibshop will be held at the Elver Park Neighborhood Center when we will have an morning of fun connection with other kids who ‘get it’.
Registration is $15 per participant, paid via credit card or check. Registration is required to attend, sign up today for a day of fun with Sibs! Please add your child’s information in the Participant Information section of the registration.
Please reach out to our office if you have any questions.
WisconSibs will be providing Sibshop for children ages 8-12 who have siblings with autism and attending the WI Autism Conference being held at the Kalahari in Wisconsin Dells on April 27. WisconSibs Teen Sib Leaders will be leading the Sibshop along with trained WisconSibs Sibshop Facilitators. Go to WI Autism Conference for more information about registration. Teen Sibs interested in participating can contact [email protected]
This event will feature Sibshop activities and lots of fun reconnecting with other kids who have siblings with disabilities, long-term illnesses, or mental health conditions.
Teen Sib Leadership opportunity. Click to volunteer.
Who benefits from attending WisconSibs training?
School and child care personnel
Therapists, health professionals
Current Sibshop facilitators looking to refresh their knowledge/skills
Teen Sib Leaders age 16 and older
This two-day Sibshop Facilitator training includes:
Questions? contact us
*Note: This is first-generation Sibshop training that allows trainees to start Sibshops in their own community or join the troupe of WisconSibs facilitators that will help expand the number of WisconSibs Sibshops offered throughout Wisconsin. Emily Holl, Director of the Sibling Support Project, will be the trainer.