PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs provides: the World of Care medical child care center for young children with complex medical needs, the Pre-K Classroom a free program for children ages 4 and 5 with special healthcare needs and the Therapeutic Nursery child care center and Early Head Start program for homeless infants and toddlers.
The Pain and Chronic Health Impairments Program utilizes a collaborative interdisciplinary and evidence-based approach to address the needs of young people with persistent pain and/or chronic health conditions that limit their functional abilities in day-to-day life.
We value the importance of patient and family centered care, which is understanding and respecting each family’s unique needs and preference, partnering with them as a member of the care team and providing individualized care. We collaborate with community organizations, providers and patient groups...
At Kennedy Krieger Institute, we are committed to providing person and family-centered care. We can only achieve our mission with the voices of the families we serve. Your feedback is important to us. In order to ensure an exceptional patient and family experience, we incorporate suggestions from...
The Pediatric Developmental Disabilities Clinic provides a range of behavioral services for children and adolescents who are diagnosed with or suspected of having developmental delays and disorders.
The Pediatric Feeding Disorders Program treats the full spectrum of feeding disorders and works with children with behavior-related feeding issues. Services include an outpatient program, a day program and an inpatient program.
The Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Program helps manage and reduce a child’s pain while promoting healthy daily functioning. Its goal is to help the child develop pain coping skills for successful participation in school, home and community life.
Kennedy Krieger Institute has created the Pediatric Post-COVID-19 Rehabilitation Clinic, for children and adolescents who have recovered from COVID-19 but need additional support to regain lost neurological and physical functioning as a result of the illness
The Pediatric POTS Clinic is a collaborative program between Kennedy Krieger Institute and The Johns Hopkins Hospital that provides medical evaluations and the most recent treatment options designed to improve overall health and quality of life for those living with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome conditions.
Meaningful Community Services at Kennedy Krieger Institute helps individuals with disabilities obtain and maintain meaningful employment and community engagement through a person-centered approach. Meaningful Community Services include, Project SEARCH, CORE Foundations and CORE Foundations Community...