Date: June 13, 2022
Time: 5pm PT/6pm MT/7pm CT/8pm ET
Free with Registration
As siblings enter their 20s, they often face a range of new and unique experiences. This Sibposium will allow sibs in their 20’s to meet and connect with each other. We will have the opportunity to talk about experiences such as navigating education, work, caregiving, sibling roles, social relationships, and future planning. We will sharine resources that help support siblings in their 20s.
This Sibposium will be led by Nathan Grant and Josh Glauser. Nathan Grant is the twin brother of Nik who has a rare condition called mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) type II. Nathan is the President of Siblings with a Mission and is passionate about improving outcomes for people with complex conditions, their siblings, and their families. Josh Glauser is a first-year medical student at the University of Michigan. Josh’s twin brother Jacob, who has severe autism, inspires him to be the best he can be every day and to give back to a community that he cherishes.
This free event is intended for siblings in their 20’s.
Registration free and is required: