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Landon’s not only a decorated athlete—he’s also one of Kennedy Krieger’s most dedicated fundraisers.
Specialists from across Kennedy Krieger’s continuum of care are working together to help Lydia recover—and get her smile back—following a traumatic brain injury.
Kailyn, who experienced a brain injury at birth, uses her pageant platform to advocate for children with disabilities.
Ingredients for Inspiration
Jeremiah, who has autism, trains with chefs around the country, and encourages others to follow their dreams.
A new study finds the brains of young children with ADHD differ from those of their peers.
Outings with Kennedy Krieger’s therapeutic recreation program raise hospital patients’ spirits and show them they can still go out and do fun things.
In My Own Words:
When Sam returned to PACT's medical child care program as an intern, he learned to see the world in a whole new way.