Program Overview

Sibshops provides a space for siblings of disabled kids to feel accepted and understood. The Sibshops program was developed through Seattle Hospital as a much needed resource for siblings of children with special needs. Our sessions may include games, crafts and cooking. This is not a counselling program, but an opportunity for these children to blow off steam and share experiences with other children who they can relate to.

  • Sessions: 8 Sessions
  • Fees: $40 CAD
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