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2024 Ohio Siblings Conference & Retreat
Join Ohio SIBS & Siblings with a Mission for our 2024 Sibling Conference! April 13, 2024

Attendees at the conference will acquire valuable knowledge from Meghan Burke, a keynote speaker, sibling, and researcher from Vanderbilt University. Meghan will address case and cause leadership, guiding attendees in supporting their brothers or sisters and the broader disability community.

We will also feature a sibling panel facilitated by sibling Lynne Calloway with special guests siblings Kari Jones of ElevateDD, Barbra Sapharas Charting the Lifecourse Facilitator, Tim Brown vice chair of Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities, and Barbra Corley of Corley Caregiver Consulting. Then we will have an interactive session on Sibling Stories led by Abby Turnwald an author of a children’s book for siblings, and then we will have breakout sessions with resources to share and a Self-Care Workshop led by sibling Kara Michelle Pierson, the founder of Lilac and Indigo. Please join us to meet other siblings of people with disabilities!

In-person ($65) or Hybrid ($25) A limited number of scholarships are available thanks to our sponsors!! contact Dianna Temple ohiosiblings@gmail.com

For Conference Information Click Here: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/ev/reg/2b2dufj/lp/c71ad5dc-051d-47c4-b141-4805b475c040

If you have other questions please contact Dianna Temple at ohiosiblings@gmail.com

National Siblings Day 2024

Celebrating Sibs in Advocacy
Saturday, April 13th, 2024,
10:00 am to 11:30 am PT
Virtual Event
Suggested $10 donation

Welcome to the 2nd biennial National Siblings Day celebration event hosted by Washington State Sibs, OregonSibs and CaliforniaSibs collectively titled “West Coast Sibs”

Sibs are the siblings of people with disabilities. We’re excited to unite Sibs and Sib Supporters in a celebration and educational event, where we’ll spotlight Sibs who are driving progress in policies affecting family caregiving. Join us to discover how we can collectively influence systems change.

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