Sibling Groups Information Session

07 Sep, 2022

Workshop Description

Having a brother or sister who is living with a disability can be fun and challenging for children and teens. Our therapeutic groups offer the chance to: meet other children/teens who understand, share experiences, get information, do some fun activities and learn about different disabilities.

Participants, between the ages of 6 and 17 years, will be grouped by age into four different groups.

The groups meet once a month and are led by trained and experienced Program Facilitators.

To hear more about this program join us virtually on September 7 at 6 pm for the Sibling Groups Information Session.  This will be an opportunity to ask questions and learn about the impacts of the support groups.

Who should attend?

Caregivers, parents of those with disabilities

Facilitator:  Lenka Stevanovic

Day & Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Time: 6:00 – 6:30 pm

Cost: $0 per person

Registration: Please register using the link below.  

NOTE: Registration closes at 5:00 pm on September 7, 2022. No registrations will be accepted after this time.


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