The unique aspect of ASK support is that it involves a parent helping another parent. ASK believes that parents often find their greatest support in other parents who are in a similar situation. Sharing and learning from each other empowers parents. CARE program volunteers are mostly parents of children with various types of special needs, who are supportive in an effective manner, know the many resources in the community, and are fully prepared to serve you in the best possible way we can. We live your challenges, share your joys and your worries.
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ASK C.A.R.E. Online Parent Support Series
Online Zoom Support Sessions, 2020-2021
Workshop: Introduction to Supporting Siblings
When: Tuesday, November 3rd
Time:18h30 – 20h00
Fee: ASK members – FREE, non-ASK members – CHF25. Register here
This workshop is for:
Parents of children with learning differences and special educational needs, who want to know more about supporting the siblings of the child with special needs.
What participants will gain:
In many areas of support being offered to families who have a child with special needs, most often the sibling support is always overlooked. Growing up with a brother or sister who has special needs can pose some unique challenges especially for some children and young adults who themselves may need the attention of the parents. Some of these children and young adults may grow up to be extremely sensitive and tolerant adults. Some grow up harboring resentment that may create a long-lasting impact on the family dynamics and harm to the child with special needs who may need support from the siblings after the parents are long gone.
This workshop will give parents an insight into siblings’ needs and experiences and offers ideas on how to give the siblings the attention they need and to avoid building resentment to the detriment of the child with special needs.