This case involves a six-month-old infant who was diagnosed with group B strep meningitis. Due to respiratory distress, the patient required intubation and a tracheotomy. For several months, the patient received constant nursing home care while a ventilator assisted his breathing. The patient underwent a direct laryngoscopy, bronchoscopy, and balloon dilation to correct subglottic stenosis. Immediately after surgery, the patient was quickly weaned off of the ventilator after depending on the machine for an extended period of time. The patient was discharged the same day as the surgery to a pediatric long-term care facility. Upon arrival, his mother noticed that he was having significant trouble breathing. The child was rushed back to the emergency room and was intubated. The patient died three days later due to cardiac and respiratory arrest.