THE West London Adult Sibling Support Group will be launching virtually next month, to help support adults who have siblings with disabilities.
Sibs is a nationwide charity that was set up in 2001 in response to demand from parents and professionals in the children’s sector for information on how to support siblings of disabled children.
In the past two decades, numerous support groups that are a part of Sibs have been created throughout the country.
Sarah-Jane Jones from Brentford and Jack Ruane from Acton will be co-facilitating the first West London support group, open to anyone who lives in West London, starting in mid to late March.
Jones told Nub News: “As we’re still in lockdown, the meetings will be help virtually, but when restrictions lift, the group is likely to be held in Ealing, so people will probably be living on working close to Ealing.”
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