The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) combines research, developmental assessment, diagnosis, interventions, community outreach and training to improve the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), their families and the communities that care for them.
This center serves children and adolescents with rehabilitation needs caused by neurologic injury (concussion or more severe injury) or illness. Components include inpatient and intensive outpatient treatment programs, outpatient clinics to evaluate and address short- and long-term rehabilitation needs and follow-up services, a transitional program to aid in community reintegration, and community-based therapies.
The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress at Kennedy Krieger Institute provides mental health evaluation and treatment services to children, adolescents and families who have experienced or may be at risk for trauma through physical or sexual abuse, neglect, domestic violence and community violence. The education, training and technical assistance offered to parents, professionals and community organizations promote greater understanding of the developmental, emotional and behavioral consequences of trauma and communicates the most effective ways to provide care.
This center is an outpatient medical program for the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of children and young adults who have problems in language development, attention, learning, behavior or school adjustment.
The mission of the Center is to develop diverse scholars and leaders who use culturally relevant, evidence-based, and health equity approaches to inform research, practice, advocacy, and policies that promote optimal child brain development. Our programs are funded by the Centers for Disease Control...
This center provides individualized interdisciplinary care for children and adults with muscular dystrophy and congenital myopathy. Comprehensive care involves diagnosis and management of the disease from neurologists and rehabilitative therapists with muscle expertise. Patients receive access to novel therapies and research, and can remain in the program from childhood through adulthood.
The Center for Innovation and Leadership in Special Education fellowship will mentor and train future leaders in special education who have an advanced understanding of learning in children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, as well as expertise in applying this knowledge to school and classroom settings. Fellows of the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Special Education will go on to develop effective teaching practices, learning methods, curricula, and informed educational policies so that children with neurodevelopmental disabilities can receive the best possible education.
The center provides comprehensive care to patients with leukodystrophies through an interdisciplinary approach. Cutting-edge technologies and techniques in neuroimaging, genomics, biomedical engineering and nanotechnology help our experts enhance the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of leukodystrophies.
This center cares for children and adults with spina bifida, myelomeningocele (meningomyelocele), myelodysplasia and other related conditions of the brain and spine. The center's interdisciplinary approach provides quality medical care that focuses on optimizing health and function, preventing secondary conditions and coordinating healthcare services.
This center assesses infants and young children with suspected developmental delays and provides comprehensive care for children and adults with a wide range of disabilities, including cerebral palsy and intellectual disability.