SBRN Virtual Groups & Videoconferences


SBRN offers individuals with spina bifida and other disabilities, their families, professionals and interested others a convenient, enjoyable way to learn and network via telephone conference calls or video meeting platforms such as Google Meet or Zoom.

There is no need to travel, simply join in from the comfort of your home.

We offer support groups that are often peer-led and may revolve around common interests or specific themes.  Groups generally meet for about an hour and guest speakers are sometimes invited to present workshops on topics of special interest to the groups. We also offer interactive workshops and seminars presented by experts in the field on a wide range of topics.

You do not need to be a member of the SBRN to participate in these events.  For most groups and conferences, there is no charge.  For some special events, there may a small fee, which can be waived if needed.  Registration may be required.


Please read the SBRN Group Rules of Participation before participating in a group or event.

Virtual Chats

Each week, SBRN hosts Virtual Chats for adults with disabilities to connect and meet up with friends old and new.  Take a break from physical distancing to share stories, laughs and resources with others from the disability community.

Afternoon Chats – 3 p.m. on Mondays

2022:  August 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29

RSVP online:

Empowerment Conversations 2022: Virtual Speaker Series

SBRN is currently hosting our weekly, interactive Empowered Conversations: Virtual Speaker Series by and for adults with disabilities, featuring disabled speakers, experts and activists.

July & August 2022: All sessions are Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:00 pm ET.

July 6        The Elements that Surround Us with Jess Martin

July 13      What’s the Point? Disability Content Creation with Kyle and Luis

July 20       Essential Oils for Daily Life with Diane Vics & Robin Battista

July 27      Determination: Why It Matters to Us with Donna Cruz Jones

Aug 3         Group Chat

Aug 10       Group Chat

Aug 17       Social Media Misrepresentation of Disability with Anomie Fatale


Open to adults with disabilities only.

Find more information about the sessions at:

Free. Register at:

Check back often for more upcoming sessions.

The “Empowered Conversations” Program is supported in part by a Quality of Life grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

The “Golden Girls” Support Group

NEW TIME! Our longstanding virtual group for women of all ages with disabilities is changing times! Starting in February 2022, the Golden Girls group will now meet at 5:00 pm on the first Wednesday of each month.

The “Golden Girls” is a monthly support group for women of all ages with spina bifida and other disabilities to discuss relevant topics such as social issues, relationships, medical services and anything else that’s on their minds! Share your story, gather valuable resources and make new friends while conveniently connecting from home.

Register online at

NEW! The “Virtual Men’s Chat” Support Group

The Virtual Men’s Chat is a new virtual peer support group for men with disabilities. Share your stories, find helpful resources and build community. The Men’s Chat will meet at 7:00 pm on the third Tuesday of each month.

Register online at https://sbrn-MensChat2022

Contact our office for information: 908.782.7475 or info@thesbrnorg

The Spina Bifida Resource Network prioritizes providing safe and open environments for participation and discussion in all of our programs. SBRN reserves the right, at our discretion, to deny a person from participating in any program due to behavior that is considered by SBRN to be inappropriate, violent, threatening, offensive or unwelcome, or that causes harm or discomfort, intentionally or not, to other SBRN participants, volunteers, invited guests or staff.

SBRN Peer Support and Group Activities Rules of Participation

SBRN Policy on Group Participation



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