10th Annual Ohio Adult Sibling Conference Friday & Saturday November 5 & 6, 2010

The Ohio Adult Sibling Conference celebrates its 10th year of addressing the needs and concerns of adult siblings who have brothers/ sisters with a disability. Siblings with and without disabilities and other interested individuals are welcome to join us for an opportunity to meet and partner with other siblings, become better informed decision makers, and gain the tools to prepare and secure the future health and well-being of individuals with a disability and their families.

Conference Highlights

  • Siblings as Care Providers in a Medicaid Environment
  • Siblings of People with Autism
  • The role of siblings during transition periods: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Understanding and Building the Sibling Relationship
  • Self-Advocacy activities for siblings with a disability
  • Regional Sibling Gatherings
  • Siblings as Care Providers in a Medicaid Environment Siblings of People with Autism
  • The role of siblings during transition periods: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Understanding and Building the Sibling Relationship
  • Self-Advocacy activities for siblings with a disability Regional Sibling Gatherings

We welcome any suggestions, new ideas or volunteers to assist with our outreach efforts. Please email Tom Fish at fish.1@osu.edu or Michelle Truby attruby.5@osu.edu if you are interested!

For more information, please check go to Ohio SIBS

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