We have reached a time where reciting land acknowledgements, and wearing orange shirts are helpful reminders for us, but not sufficient action towards reconciliation. What I would encourage each of you to do is to dedicate some time to learning from Indigenous people about their history, their struggle, their successes, and their desires for how we all move forward together.
It was November 9th, 1956 when Pieter and Johanna Vos first welcomed a child with a developmental disability into their family home. Learn about the Vos family and the dedication they showed to our community…
We are pleased to announce that Sunbeam is celebrating its 65th Year of Service this year to the many communities it supports.
Local Advocacy for prioritization of individuals living with developmental disabilities for COVID-19 booster vaccine dose
We are writing on behalf of the Waterloo Regional Planning Table (Developmental Services Planning & Advisory Council of Waterloo Region) to advocate for the prioritization of individuals living with developmental disabilities to receive the COVID-19 “third dose” booster vaccine.
Provincial Network for Developmental Services Advocates for Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccinations for Developmental Services Workforce
The Provincial Network for Developmental Services issued a letter to Hon. Merrilee Fullerton, Ministry of Children, Community & Social Services advocating for mandated COVID-19 vaccinations for staff who…
Raymond Dietrich Memorial is the BBQ event of the year – and this year part of the proceeds from this fundraiser will be donated to Sunbeam Community & Developmental Services’ new specialized dental office!
This course is designed for anyone 18 years of age or older with an intellectual disability and/or autism. Running from October 7 – 28, times to be announced.
Earlier this year, the amazing folks at IMPACT EVERYONE made an extremely thoughtful, essential and greatly appreciated donation of PPE and other…
It’s official! The operation of Kids Country Club (Parents of Technologically Dependent Children of Ontario) has legally been transferred to Sunbeam Community & Developmental Services.