Health, safety and privacy are paramount for Kennedy Krieger Institute.
We are continuously monitoring and responding to the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation.
We are following CDC guidelines and recommendations from national, state and local health departments, Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Maryland Hospital Association guidelines along with our state’s restrictions, to minimize risk for our patients, students, staff members and the public.
We are currently offering both COVID-19 and flu vaccinations in medical clinics.
Please call 667-205-4930 or email COVID19Vaccine@KennedyKrieger.org for more information and to schedule a vaccine appointment. Vaccine coverage through your insurance will be confirmed prior to vaccine administration.
Please let us know if you require any reasonable accommodations for the successful administration of the vaccines.
We will be providing a food gift card incentive for children and families who participate, supported by the Administration for Community Living (ACL, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through USAging as part of a financial assistance award to USAging totaling $74,999,835 with 100 percent funding by ACL/HHS. The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official view of, nor an endorsement, by USAging, ACL/HHS, or the U.S. Government.
COVID-19 Vaccine Resources
To receive information on COVID-19 vaccines in Maryland by telephone, please dial 211.
Follow this link for information on Maryland's vaccine priority groups:
Follow this link to find a vaccination clinic near you:
All Maryland counties are now offering vaccine registration to each priority group as permitted.
Click through the link of your residence:
- Baltimore City
- Baltimore County
- Howard County
- Harford County
- Carroll County
- Anne Arundel County
- Cecil County
- Frederick County.
If your county is not listed, just search the internet for your county name plus "covid vaccine."
Resources from Johns Hopkins Medicine
This dashboard was created as a partnership between the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center and the Center for Dignity in Healthcare for People with Disabilities as a starting point for understanding how the disability community is prioritized in COVID-19 vaccine distribution and intends to help people with disabilities determine when they qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine in their state.
If you would like to receive your vaccine at any of the Johns Hopkins sites, click here for details.
If you need to register for Johns Hopkins MyChart, click here. We are not able to answer questions about vaccine scheduling and cannot provide Johns Hopkins MyChart support.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS about the vaccine itself, please refer to one or more of these links before you call the Institute. This is the same information that we will have to offer:
- Answers to common questions, from the Maryland department of health FAQs
- CDC information on the vaccine
- CDC information on the vaccine for children and teens:
- Maryland department of health vaccine statistics:
- American Academy of Pediatrics website:
- COVID-19 fact sheets in plain language, from Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council and Maryland Department of Health