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Kennedy Krieger
Dedicated to helping children & young adults with disorders of the brain, spinal cord & musculoskeletal system succeed in family, school, & community life.
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Countdown to the : 64 days! Join at the race on October 19! Also, back by popular demand, register to be a virtual racer, meaning, if you can't attend the race, you can still join the team: .
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 15
Happy ...what are you doing to relax today?
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 15
Join our Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) for a free training series on September 4 and 18! Individuals who attend the workshops will learn about current resources for and research-based treatments. .
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Elizabeth Aug 14
Let the celebrations begin - registration for is now open! Join us for the 19th Annual Autism Conference, Oct. 24 & 25, 2019, in Towson, MD. .
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 14
Mark your calendars for The Fall Fête 3 this September 13 from 7-10 p.m. at the Courtyard ! You won't want to miss this fun fall fashion event benefiting Kennedy Krieger! To purchase tickets: .
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 14
Today, our employees, doctors, patients and families are celebrating their love and pride for Charm City with a companywide, staff-led "Baltimore Pride" day. The Kennedy Krieger family is dressed in Baltimore-inspired attire representing everything and anything .
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 14
Replying to @ablemag
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 14
The Management of Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents Conference is bringing together voices to discuss the importance of avoiding long-term use of opioid medications to treat chronic pediatric pain,
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 13
Take a look with us back to Friday night's game at Camden Yards! Kennedy Krieger partner provided the Lay Family an opportunity to attend the baseball game and batting practice. Nasir's smile says it all!
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 13
Dr. Alison Pritchard, program director of Kennedy Krieger's Neuropsychology Research Lab, spoke with yesterday about ADHD. Hear more:
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 12
Cowabunga! On Saturday, athletes from Kennedy Krieger’s Physically Challenged Sports Program and patients from International Center for Spinal Cord Injury hit the waves at this year’s , an adaptive surfing event at Grommet Island Park in Virginia Beach.
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secuMD Aug 12
All season, we're partnering with the and every time an O's pitcher throws a strikeout, we donate $50 to . As of today, we've donated over $23,000 (and the season's not over yet)! GO O's!
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 12
This looks like a comfortable space for kids with autism to enjoy the game. What a great addition!
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 11
Happy to all of the parents and families who cherish the moments they spend with their children, and who support their growth in every way possible.
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 10
It's and we are looking forward to Bowling at Bowlero in Bethesda on August 29 hosted by CORE Foundations. Learn more about CORE Foundations: .
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secuMD Aug 9
Looking forward to being at tonight's game with a very special family from ! Stay tuned to our Insta Stories for some snippets from tonight.
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 9
Join us for the 25th annual Tee Off for Our Kids Golf Tournament to benefit Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Bennett Institute Physically Challenged Sports Program on Friday, September 27th at the Wetland Golf Course! For more information: .
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 9
Check out this story about the Struncks family.
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 8
Stories about patients' achievements, advances in research and the inside scoop on our various programs are a few things you can find in the latest edition of Potential, which is now available online! Read more from the magazine: .
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Kennedy Krieger Aug 8
Hear from Dr. Elizabeth Thompson, director of the Center for Childhood Family Traumatic Stress, as she talks about trauma, explaining why different factors can impact children in distinct ways and why a caregiving environment is critical for recovery: .
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