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Siblings Australia

Siblings Australia is a national profit-for-purpose organisation, that offers a range of programs to support siblings of children and adults living with disability, chronic illness, or mental health diagnosis.

Supporting life’s relationships is at the core of what they do. Siblings Australia help to maximise the wellbeing of siblings and build their capacity to navigate life’s journey as the sibling of a person with disability/illness.

Vision and mission

Siblings: acknowledged, connected, resilient.

How Siblings Australia can help

Siblings Australia offer one-on-one and group support to adult siblings, and parents of young siblings, as well as a variety of educational resources for siblings, parents and professionals.

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Last reviewed: April 2023

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Building Resilience & More - How Parents Can Help | Siblings Australia

Discover all the resources available to parents of siblings of children with a disability to cope better. Peer support, mental health resources & family communication.

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Talking About Disability & More - Support from Parents | Siblings Australia

Understand the challenges siblings of children with a disability face and the different signs of stress. Talk to us today.

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Mental Health Support for Siblings & Parents - Siblings Australia

Siblings Australia offers one-on-one support sessions, where Siblings Australia staff with lived experience will provide strategies tailored to your individual circumstances.

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SibWise - Parents Supporting Siblings - Siblings Australia

Our SibWise online learning program will assist you to better understand and respond to sibling needs and challenges. The course provides tools and resources to better support siblings.

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Young Siblings - Youth Mental Health & Wellbeing | Siblings Australia

Young Siblings We believe that the earlier support for siblings begins, the better the outcome will be not only for them, but for their whole family

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Parenting & Disability - Supporting Siblings | Siblings Australia

Resources for parents of siblings of children with a disability to assist them in supporting the sibling relationship.

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Coping Skills & More - Parents & Siblings | Siblings Australia

We exist to empower the parents & siblings of people with a disability to build capacity in the whole family and improve relationships. Talk to us today.

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