What are Sibshops?
Sibshops are opportunities for brothers and sisters of children with disabilities and special health care needs to obtain peer support and education within a recreational context. The workshops are lively, pedal-to-the-metal celebrations of the many contributions made by brothers and sisters. Sibshops acknowledge that being the brother or sister of a person with special needs is for some, a good thing, for others a not-so-good thing, and for many, somewhere in between.
14th – Mustang Sibshop held at the Mustang Community Center - 1201 N. Mustang Rd Mustang, OK 73064
21st – Guthrie/Logan County Sibshop held at the Guthrie Public Library -
201 N Division Street, Guthrie, OK 73044
21st – Norman Sibshop held at the J.D. McCarty Center - 2002 E Robinson St, Norman, OK 73071
21st – Lawton/Fort Sill Sibshop – Graham Resiliency Training Center @ Fort Sill
28th – Oklahoma City Easter Seals Sibshop – Easter Seals Oklahoma Building -
701 NE 13th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73104
5th – Edmond Sibshop held at Edmond Public Schools Special Services Building -
215 North Boulevard Street Edmond, OK 73034
12th – Mustang Sibshop
12th – Norman Sibshop
19th – Guthrie Sibshop
Broken Arrow/Tulsa:1:00-4:00PM Happy Hands Education Center
26th – Oklahoma City Easter Seals Sibshop
Start a Sibshop in your Community: Contact Robyn Boswell, State Sibshop Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 405-271-5700 x47801 or visit our website at www.soonersuccess.ouhsc.edu.
This project is funded through collaboration with the Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council.