Sibling and S.T.E.M. social program designed for neurodivergent youth to develop or encourage interests. Foster positive sibling relationships organically.
This program is focused on siblings learning more about each other - the different ways they communicate, learn, and play.
Program catered towards siblings who want to learn more and understand their siblings, learn about neurodiversity and S.T.E.M.
Perfect for parents who want to learn more about neurodiversity and how to support positive sibling relationships.
Siblings learn about their own siblings + themselves
Siblings further connect over interests and STEM activities
Weekly parent newsletter
(sibling support tips & resources, related to weekly topic)
Our programs will have individualized goals for each sibling pair that are identified through a collaborative assessment process with the siblings and parents.
At the end of the program, all families will receive a final report that includes a summary of each of their child's experience, goal updates, and individualized recommendations (sibling support resources and tips, S.T.E.M. activities, toys, etc.).
Max 4 sibling pairs
Facilitators : Students
2 hours per group session
Students split into groups
Small group discussion and activities about the topic of the day
Everyone comes together
Connect over STEM activities
We accept payment via Autism Funding, CKNW grants, e-transfer and paypal. We are also partnered with Self-Design. Submit a registration inquiry for more information regarding payment and fees. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!
Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House
800 East Broadway, Vancouver
Age range: Elementary aged
* Some flexibility regarding age, you can still submit an inquiry if your child is just outside the age range.
Accepting Initial Inquiries