We know how helpful many people find our support events so, because of current distancing regulations, we’re running these online this autumn. They are wonderful opportunities to meet and share with other bereaved adult siblings in an atmosphere of understanding.
Our Online Support Day offers understanding, encouragement and support to any adult sibling in the UK who has lost a brother or sister in any circumstance and at any age.
“It was really good and helpful. If you don’t feel confident speaking to others in a group you don’t feel pressured to.”
This event is a wonderful opportunity to meet and share with others and is aimed mainly at anyone in their 20s and 30s living with loss after the death of a sibling.
The comfortable and relaxed environment creates a safe space to meet and share with others whose brother or sister has died, discover strategies to cope with life, and build resilience for the future.
We always want delegates at our events to feel that they are in a safe place. And during this online event, you‘ll be able to participate from the comfort of your own home. You will have the opportunity to:
It will be led by Anna and Elaine, both of whom are bereaved siblings, and will include video talks by Jon Park, whose younger brother Ben died in 2003 while on a family holiday in the French Alps.
“It’s not morbid, it’s nice, it’s a place you can remember and talk about what you are finding difficult and help each other.”
Our online support events are free to attend, although you are welcome to make a donation to offset our costs if you are able to do so. Places are very limited however, so we do ask that if you book and subsequently find you are unable to attend then you let us know as soon as you can, so we can offer the place to someone else.
The events will take place using the ZOOM video conferencing platform, and we will send you full details on how to access the event, together with everything you’ll need to make the event a unique and supportive experience.