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Care options for children with disabilities begin to dwindle after the age of 12 since general childcare facilities will not accept responsibility for children above this age. As these children progress through middle and high school, the choices for care continue to decrease as afterschool care providers do not service these individuals and most adult care programs cater only to the elderly.


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KAMBI CARE is dedicated to improving the quality of life of young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities by offering a stimulating environment which nurtures and fosters learning and independence, and provides relief for families and full-time caretakers.


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To learn more about KAMBI CARE, call us at (832) 327-9500, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm (CST), or use our secure online request form to send us an email directly.


KAMBI CARE hours of operation are 6 am to 6:30 pm, Monday through Friday.


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KAMBI CARE, LLC

P.O. Box 218528

Houston, TX 77218


P (832) 327-9500


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KAMBI CARE offers its special needs clients enriching activities with a focus on developing social skills; giving primary caretakers the peace of mind that their loved one is in a safe, nurturing and secure environment.