In the News Archive

Apr 04 2013
Kennedy Krieger’s inpatients benefit from animal-assisted therapy during intensive rehabilitation.
Mar 01 2013
A patient of our International Center for Spinal Cord Injury (ICSCI) appeared as a guest on Katie Couric's national daytime talk show, “Katie.” She spoke of how intensive therapy at Kennedy Krieger's ICSCI made it possible for her to walk down the aisle on her recent wedding day.
Jan 29 2013
Students in on our High School's own Café James shared their sweet potato and turkey chili recipe, along with plans for other Ravens-themed treats as Baltimore prepared for the big game.
Nov 29 2012
An hour-long special on Darius Weems' life with muscular dystrophy included an interview with our own Dr. Kathryn Wagner, who is studying an innovative heart treatment for young men with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Nov 29 2012
Kennedy Krieger's largest annual fundraising event, Festival of Trees, is named one of the ten best places across the nation to get into the holiday spirit.
Oct 16 2012
Researchers in our International Center for Spinal Cord Injury are using a virtual sailing regimen to introduce individuals with spinal cord injuries to the world of adaptive sailing.
Oct 13 2012
Nine Kennedy Krieger patients and numerous staff formed the Institute's inaugural team for the Baltimore Running Festival.
Oct 08 2012
Dr. Paul Law shares findings our Interactive Autism Network's new research findings on children with autism who wander from safe places.
Oct 01 2012
A patient sets out to overcome his paralysis and walk the 5K for Team Kennedy Krieger in the 2012 Baltimore Running Festival.
Sep 26 2012
Dr. Jennifer Reesman shares insights on concussion in collegiate sports

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