Crawley-based children’s charity Super Siblings has launched a brand-new website.
Super Siblings is a support group for children who have siblings with additional needs. Its services include online and face-to-face sessions that offer everything from messy play and baking, to communication and team building exercises. Activities are designed to encourage children to talk, have fun and share their experiences, all supported by a dedicated team of play therapists, family portage workers, SEN teachers and more.
The aim of the new site is to help users more easily access information on the work of Super Siblings, the support it offers and explain how they can get involved and support the charity.
Also new are specific Parent and Kids’ zones. Here children can create stories and access online content, while parents can find available resources and event information all in one place.
Sophie Smart, chairperson and founder of Super Siblings, said: “During recent months we’ve had to adapt the services we offer while still supporting the amazing children and families we work with. During this time, we also realised how important it is that people can find out about the work we do and the resources available to help families of children with additional needs. This website not only looks great but makes it much easier to learn about Super Siblings, the support we provide and how you can help us continue to provide it.”
To find out more about how to access Super Siblings’ services, or to donate or volunteer your time, visit www.supersiblings.co.uk.