Tue 30 Apr 2013
JAFCO’s Respite and Family Resource Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities will be a jewel in the community. Located in Sunrise, the 43,000 square-foot facility will accommodate up to 1,000 children annually with autism, cerebral palsy, mental retardation or Prader Willi. The center is expected to open this fall.
We’re not the only ones who think this is great news! The Sun-Sentinel featured the center on the front page of Section D on April 30
The facility will provide support, case management, training, respite care, and education for parents and recreation, therapy and socialization for the children. JAFCO holds monthly informational meetings for the community to hear about what they’re doing, see the architectural model and drive over the building site to see the progress. It’s a pleasure and an honor to tell the world what JAFCO is doing.