The Seating Clinic provides seating and mobility options for patients with special needs. Therapists experienced in seating and positioning people with disabilities evaluate clients to determine their functional status, medical concerns and positioning needs, and to address any environmental and social issues patients may have related to seating.
This clinic assesses the neurological and developmental functioning of children with sickle cell disease. Each patient receives a full neurodevelopmental evaluation, which includes a complete neurological examination, developmental testing, a review of any outside imaging and testing, and suggestions for services or further evaluations as indicated.
This clinic and laborartory offer interdisciplinary assessment and management for children with sleep problems, which may include snoring, diffculty falling and staying asleep, unusual behaviors during sleep and disruptive sleep schedules.
Southeast Early Head Start is a comprehensive program that offers an intensive set of core services to pregnant women and children up to age three. A case management system maintains the strengths of the family support approach and links the services to each other and the families they serve.
Combining the expertise of the Kennedy Krieger Institute and other local medical professionals with the resources of the Maryland State Department of Education, SHNIC provides parents, school staff and community service professionals with the skills they need to safely and effectively manage the...
The Specialized Transition Program, a rehabilitation day hospital, helps children and adolescents who are undergoing intensive neurorehabilitation transition back into their home, community and school life. Patients receive a full range of cognitive and physical rehabilitation services, including rehabilitation medicine and nursing, in an education setting that offers a more natural environment for school-aged children.
Through outpatient programs, speech-language pathologists offer evaluation and treatment services to individuals ranging in age from infancy through young adulthood. Patients may have communication, literacy, oral motor, or feeding and swallowing disorders, which can co-exist with other cognitive, motor, medical and mental health concerns linked to known or suspected diagnoses.
This center helps children and adults with spinal cord injuries and paralysis caused by accidents, strokes, tumors, birth defects and other causes. Treatment goals include improvement of health and optimal recovery of day-to-day and neurologic function.
This center offers comprehensive medical care with diagnostic evaluation and an interdisciplinary treatment approach for patients with Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS).