Media Release – Enhancing Services for Medically Fragile / Technologically Dependent Children and their Families in Cambridge and all of Central and West Ontario

CAMBRIDGE, May 31, 2021 – Kids Country Club (Parents of Technologically Dependent Children of Ontario) announced today that it is transferring the operation of its Cambridge home for children with developmental, medical and behavioural disabilities to Sunbeam Community & Developmental Services.  The transfer of the home, which provides short-term respite to medically fragile technologically dependent children up to the age of 18, is expected to take effect in late June.

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