Sibling Superstars Support Group

sibling superstars

At Sibling Superstars, Children aged 6- 16 years can meet other children with similar experiences, enjoy activities and talk about the good and not so good parts about having an autistic sibling.

We meet once a month on a Thursday from 6.00pm- 7.30pm.  There is usually a small charge per session however at the moment, Sibling Superstars is free of charge thanks to funding from the Ballinger Charitable Trust.

Places are limited and must be booked in advance. To book a place, email Lynda at

Recent feedback from families whose children attended a Siblings Superstars session for the first time:

“Thank you so much for your fantastic Siblings group. Our daughter came home buzzing but the most important thing for me was she said, “I’m not the only one” bless her, I think for all I told her, I think she thought no one else knew or understood. Thank you from the bottom of my heart”. 

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“Just when I think you can’t be anymore fantastic you go and have sibling superstars, my son absolutely LOVED it tonight, he was really nervous before hand but first thing he said was I’ve had a brilliant time and I’ll defo be going back. He came out full of stories and so much more confident.  Thank you Thank you Thank you!! He defo needed that tonight, he’s a sensitive little soul and thinks of other always before himself and I could just tell he’s had a blast”. 

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“I just wanted to say a massive THANK YOU for making my child feel so welcome yesterday. She really enjoyed herself, and she’s excited to be part of the Sibling Superstar group!  Please could you pass on my thanks to the other staff as well.”

Recent feedback from families whose children attend Siblings Superstars sessions:

“The sibling sessions have been an amazing support for our family. After my son’s diagnosis in 2022 my daughter started attending Siblings and this has helped her understand the autism spectrum a lot more and how different it is for everyone. She has built friendships with children who have similar lives and also build trust in the TTHT staff which is a safe space for all”.

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“My daughter attends the sibling club and loves it and its helped make new friends and the staff are amazing and always there to help and support families”.

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“The superstars sessions have really helped my daughter have some time away from what can be a challenging home life due to her siblings autism. She has had the opportunity to just let her hair down without things coming to an abrupt end due to her sibling. It has also helped her be able to talk about any worries that she may have in a safe environment. Sibling superstars has been invaluable!!! “

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“My daughter says it makes her really happy, she has made lots of new friends and it would normally be hard for her to make new friends. As her Mum I would say I’ve never known her to want to go to anything outside of school, she never worries about going and seems so comfortable.   It has given her the chance to meet like-minded people who she gets on really well with which has helped her confidence a lot.  She is always so happy when she has been! “