Stories and Staff
Meet the Malcolms
Meet the Malcolm family, Doug and his parents, Laurie and Bill. His father was cousin to Florence Malcolm, one of the founding members of the association that became what is known as Community Living Cambridge today. Florence was a teacher at William Anderson School for children with developmental disabilities. She became the first president of […]Read on about Meet the Malcolms
What Inclusion Looks Like.
If you haven’t heard, Orangetheory Fitness is the newest chic fitness boutique to top the popularity charts. So what makes them different? Orangetheory is a full body one hour workout that uses heart rate-based interval training to burn calories more effectively. Members’ heart rates are monitored and displayed on large screens throughout the studio; making […]Read on about What Inclusion Looks Like.
Melanie Robertson was born and raised in Cambridge. In 2013, while looking for somewhere to volunteer, she contacted Community Living Cambridge. She has been volunteering with the Agency ever since. Giving of your time on a regular consistent basis takes commitment and dedication. Melanie has just that. She volunteers once a week and has […]Read on about Meet Melanie
AMJ Campbell – Who’s Who of Community
AMJ Campbell has been operating in Cambridge for 15 years, providing every moving solution, from local residential moves, to commercial long-haul re-locations to complex specialized logistical solutions. They do it all. Their website describes them as “a local relocation company with heart” and we couldn’t agree more. AMJ Campbell believes in giving back to the […]Read on about AMJ Campbell – Who’s Who of Community
This is Wayne
This is Wayne. Valued Employee Wayne moved to Cambridge with his family when he was in his late twenties. He had grown up in Toronto, where he had been employed at various jobs in the community. His last job left him discouraged and anxious about going to work, to the point where he didn’t want […]Read on about This is Wayne
Bowling Brings Friends Together
Amber Murphy took up 5-pin bowling about 3 years ago as a way to get more active and get herself out of the house. In the beginning, as with most new endeavors, she wasn’t very good and would often get down on herself when she was having a bad game. But, her best friend was […]Read on about Bowling Brings Friends Together
What Inclusion Looks Like
Want to know what an inclusive business looks like? Stop in at McNeil Auto Supply and you’ll find out. McNeil Auto was started in 1956 and moved to their current location on Parkhill Rd in 1976, where it has been serving Cambridge customers ever since. In 1998, the auto shop was approached by a […]Read on about What Inclusion Looks Like
Meet the McLeans
Pictured here Erin, Brenda, and Elyse. Brenda McLean was destined to work with people with developmental disabilities. As a young child, she lived right around the corner from the William Anderson School (now CLC main office), often playing after school on their playground equipment. In Grade 4, her class volunteered by reading to adults with […]Read on about Meet the McLeans
Be a part of the Community Living Cambridge family!
Welcome to our newly designed and user friendly website. Here you’ll find current information, news, and views of what’s happening and information about the many facets that make Community Living Cambridge vibrant and exciting. There will be stories of inclusion and journeys of successes for many of the people involved with CLC that we can […]Read on about Be a part of the Community Living Cambridge family!
This is Bill’s Story. Bill has always been drawn to the sound of music and he comes by it naturally. When Bill’s parents got married, they were given a piano that Bill’s great grandfather played. Bill’s mother, Karen, loved to play that piano, so he was fortunate to grow up in a home full of […]Read on about Bill’s Story