Sibshop Facilitator Training and Sibling Issues Workshop
The two day training is one event with two goals and two audiences. The primary goal is to train new Sibshop facilitators and administrators— that is, adult sibs, service providers, parents, and others want to learn how to run a local Sibshop. During the two days of the Sibshop training, they’ll learn about sibs’ life-long concerns, find out how to organize a local Sibshop, and experience what a Sibshop is all about as they join Don Meyer (creator of the Sibshop model) and local young brothers and sisters for a four-hour Demonstration Sibshop. Sibshop facilitator trainees must attend both days of the Sibshop training. Upon completion of the two-day training, they are considered “first-generation” Sibshop trainees and may (upon registration) start their own local Sibshop
Additional information available via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual Impaired User Group
Support for using the the most accesible mobile technologies by and for people who use it daily. We meet to learn how it can change our daily lives. Its hands on, not classes. If you don't have an iOS device we can get you a loaner to see if this will work for you!
Date & Time: Every Tuesday, 1pm to 3pm
Location: NNCIL, 999 Pyramid Way, Sparks, NV 89431 (775.353.3599)
For: People with visual impairments.
Additional information available via email: email@example.com