Our popular SibShops offer the opportunity for children and youth with a disabled brother or sister to have a day where the focus and attention is just on them.
These siblings will get the chance to sit down together and talk about what it’s like having a disabled sibling, in a safe environment with others who know just where they are coming from. They will also get the chance to discuss practical tips and strategies to help them thrive in their own unique family and whānau environment.
Then we’re off to Action Centre in McPherson Street for either tenpin bowling or a pass for inflatable world.
Our SibShops are incredibly popular so get in quick! This event is free, thanks to funding from Care Matters* and Network Tasman Trust.
*SibShops are open to children aged 8-18 who have a disabled sibling or a sibling with a health impairment. Your family must be eligible for disability support services to attend this workshop. Please contact us if you are unsure of your eligibility.