Letter from Our President

Letter from Our President - Winter 2013

November 14, 2013

Dr. Gary GoldsteinIt’s often the simplest moments in life that we take for granted—a hug from a child, sitting down with our families for a meal, or sharing laughter with family and friends. Yet for many families of children with severe behavioral or feeding disorders, chronic pain, and other disorders and injuries, these moments are difficult to come by.

Letter from Our President - Summer 2013

August 2, 2013

Dr. Gary GoldsteinIn this issue, we examine one of the biggest challenges faced by families of children with disabilities—navigating the path to adulthood. As these parents know, disability can affect virtually every aspect of life, from healthcare and employment, housing and financial security, to emotional well-being and socialization.

Letter from Our President - Fall 2012

November 2, 2012

Dr. Gary GoldsteinAt Kennedy Krieger Institute, we are inspired every day by children and adolescents who have the will to succeed, despite seemingly insurmountable circumstances. When 12-year-old Matthew Slattery emerged from a coma after a horrific car accident that left him with a traumatic brain injury, he could barely lift his finger.

Letter from Our President

June 19, 2012

Dr. Gary GoldsteinAt Kennedy Krieger Institute, we do far more than treat patients -- through our research, patient care, professional training, and community involvement, we strive to improve the lives of the patients, students, and families we serve.

Letter From Our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDThe Kennedy Krieger Institute could never provide our patients with our remarkable array of successful, innovative programs without the hard work and dedication of the many talented professionals who work here. We lost one of the finest models of the Kennedy Krieger ethic earlier this year, with the passing of Dr. Hugo W. Moser.

Letter from our President

July 8, 2011

Gary W. Goldstein, MDThe most basic definition of the word “potential” is a possibility that’s capable of existing in reality.

At Kennedy Krieger, it seems we’re redefining what those possibilities are.

Letter from our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDAt the Kennedy Krieger Institute, innovation drives the care we provide our patients. Whether it's a researcher in a lab asking an unanswered question or a therapist who finds the perfect blend of therapies to help each individual patient achieve success, we're not content with the status quo.

Letter from our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDNeurorehabilitation is a cornerstone of virtually everything we do at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. Founded in 1937 as the Children's Rehabilitation Institute, Kennedy Krieger is an international resource with a strong tradition of providing comprehensive rehabilitative services for children with disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and musculoskeletal system.

Letter From Our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDAt the Kennedy Krieger Institute, we believe that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating children with developmental disorders.

Letter From Our President

Gary W. Goldstein, MDThe understanding and treatment of developmental disabilities have come a long way over the past century. As we reflect on the last 70 years since the founding of the Kennedy Krieger Institute, the past is not always bright, but there are people and moments that stand out as beacons of progress. President John F.

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