Sibling workshops and camps offer siblings of individuals with disabilities an opportunity to interact with others in a comfortable setting.
Sibs Summer Camp
We are excited to announce a new opportunity to serve children who have siblings with a disability by offering a week-long summer camp allowing participants to explore their unique emotional and social needs. Additionally, campers will participate in Joseph Maley Foundation programming geared to developing leadership, service, anti-bullying and inclusion skills. This promises to be a fun week of exploration and personal growth for our campers!
Camp will be held June 11-15 from 9:00 am to 3 pm at the Joseph Maley Enrichment Center. If enough interest is expressed, we may work to develop before and after care pieces.
If you are interested in registering your child for this unique summer camp, please complete our online registration form. Payment can also be completed online. For questions, please contact Family Support Coordinator Liz Freisen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These workshops allow sibling to share their experiences and have a forum to discuss their own specific needs. Sibling Workshops are appropriate for individuals ages 10 to 21.
- Workshop Facilitators are a vital part of the success of this program. The Joseph Maley Foundation is seeking Facilitators who want to develop relationships with others as they share their own experiences as a sibling of someone with a disability. If you feel that you are willing and able to become a part of the sibling workshop experience, please complete our online application.