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Largest Charity in Pompano Beach Celebrates 50 Years of Caring for Children with Special Needs

Serving medically fragile children - skilled nursing, ABA therapy, physical therapy

Pompano Beach, FL. (February 5, 2021) – Known for providing medical care, physical therapy, educational programs and social services to vulnerable children living with complex medical issues and other special needs, Broward Children’s Center is celebrating 50 Years of Smiles with a number of events planned throughout the year. Marge...

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A Time of Crisis Is a Time to Care

Giving Tuesday - Holiday Giving for Children - Children Who Are Sick

  While most of us have embraced the new daily routines of virtual office and distance learning, employees at Broward Children’s Center are redefining terms like strength, hope and love. The medical workers stand firm in their commitment to the children and young adults who reside in our care…even in...

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Supporters and Community Partners Raise $30K for Vulnerable South Florida Children With Special Needs

In a Year of Crisis, Supporters and Community Partners Raise $30K for Vulnerable South Florida Children With Special Needs Pompano Beach, FL. (November 18, 2020) – Broward Children’s Center announced today that despite a trying year,  the annual fundraiser, Miles for Smiles collected $30K to benefit children with special needs....

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COVID-19 Updates

BCC Administration Is Carefully Monitoring News About COVID-19 Broward Children’s Center is following CDC guidelines for all staff and clients. In following CDC guidelines, there will be no visitors to any BCC facility until further notice. BCC Academy North and South locations are syncing schedules with Broward County Public Schools...

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Give Hope

Reuniting Families Who Live With the Challenges of Special Needs   For many families, holiday celebrations are filled with traditions, reunions of friends and family, gifts, and most importantly, time with those we love most. What if one family member was missing and it was too expensive to visit them...

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