When considering the future for a child with a disability, many parents feel conflicted when thinking about the roles their other children may play. Parents who encourage the siblings to live their own full lives may be hesitant to share their future plans. But many siblings want to be involved in the planning process, particularly if, by default, they may take on more responsibility later in life.


Avoiding conversations on plans for the future is never a good idea.


In this webcast we’ll discuss how parents and siblings can come together

to begin the ongoing conversations of planning for a family member with

a disability.


The webcast includes a live Q&A with our panelists.


Future Planning with Adult Siblings in Mind

Wednesday, November 2 at 7pm


This webcast is presented in partnership with Siblings Canada.


Siblings Canada is excited to announce the launch of their new course – Savvy Siblings:

Strengthening the Financial Security of Your Sibling with

a Disability.


This free online course is for adults who want to play a role in improving the financial security of their siblings with disabilities. Savvy Siblings walks participants through the fundamentals of how to contribute to their sibling’s financial and overall well-being. It provides clarity around the various programs, benefits, and other resources available to people with disabilities and, in the process, helps ease worries around finances and the future.




About Siblings Canada

Siblings Canada, an initiative of the Canadian Centre for Caregiving Excellence (CCCE), raises awareness of the critical role siblings play in creating robust and responsive systems of care for people with disabilities. It serves as a source of relevant knowledge, learning, and resources for sibling caregivers and the organizations supporting them.



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