Sibling Workshops are events where siblings can meet and connect with other siblings who are experiencing similar situations. By attending a Sibling Workshop, siblings can receive support and hear other siblings' stories and testimonials. It is a way for siblings to get to know one another better and build a support system.
Sibling Workshops are events held and organized by Siblings with a Mission. These workshops are located in cities around the world. Sibling Workshops will be led by support group leaders, the Operations Executive, the Vice-President, and the President of Siblings with a Mission. Members can also lead Sibling Workshops, but they must contact Siblings with a Mission at firstname.lastname@example.org and complete the necessary training offered by Siblings with a Mission.
Sibling Workshops hosted by Siblings with a Mission are intended to:
● Be fun
● Provide support and share others' stories
● Teach siblings how they can make the best of every situation with their sibling
Members of Siblings with a Mission are encouraged to participate in Sibling Workshops. Sibling Workshops are open to siblings of all ages and backgrounds. We do not exclude anyone. However, Sibling Workshops are most appropriate for children ages 7-17 years old and adults ages 18 and above. Workshops should not be a replacement for therapy or considered a childcare service.
By attending Sibling Workshops, siblings can:
So, join Siblings with a Mission and sign up to attend a Sibling Workshop today.
View the following pages for more information:
About Sibling Workshops
Upcoming Sibling Workshop Schedule
Upcoming Workshops for Siblings
TBA: Support group leaders are currently scheduling workshops for siblings of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Siblings with a Mission is an international organization established to serve and support siblings of individuals with special needs. All images are found on Google images and are solely used for education purposes. The stories and advice provided by Siblings with a Mission are not to be replaced by professional advice and counseling but to be considered as an additional source of support.