Parent Educational Meeting -Sibling Perspective and Advocacy

  • March 29, 2022
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Verne Cox Center 5200 Burke Road, Pasadena, Tx 77504


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Parent Educational Meeting

Meeting will be beneficial for Parents and Siblings (age 10 and up)

March 29th 6:30pm-8:30pm

Arrival/Light Refreshments @ 6:30pm

Meeting will begin promptly @ 7pm

Childcare Available

Location: Verne Cox Center

5200 Burke Road

Pasadena, Texas 77504

Brianna TenBrink will be speaking on advocacy; a siblings perspective of life with a brother or sister with a disability and what that means for the neurotypical child. She will also discuss Project LEAH (see below)

  • Brianna is the eldest sibling to two younger sisters with Autism on vastly different sides of the spectrum
  • For the past 13 years, Brianna has been a tireless advocate for individuals, much like her siblings, winning the Sibling Scholarship from Knapps and Roberts law firm, the Rose Award from disAbility Connections, Inc., and Advocate of the Year award from the Arc of the Gulf Coast which granted her the opportunity to speak on the experiences of being a sibling at district-wide conferences.
  • Brianna is a Partner in the Texas Partners in Policymaking Program, a Marketing Advisor & Sensitivity Panelist for Disability Book Week, and the Director of Marketing and Sales for Neural Divergence, LLC.
  • Brianna is the co-founder of Project LEAH (Leaders Ending Abuse and Harm), which is an organization that armors parents, families, and allies of loved ones of students in the Texas Public School System who have endured abuse with educational, legislative advocacy training to foster macro-level change


GHFEDS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit support organization serving the Greater Clear Lake area, including South Houston, Pearland, Pasadena, League City, Galveston, and other surrounding areas.

P.O. Box 891093
Houston, TX 77289

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