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The clinical child psychology residency training period begins each year on September 1. The stipend for first year residents is consistent with the NIH PGY1 stipend. Residents receive appointments through the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Kennedy Krieger Institute provides individual health insurance benefits. In addition, the Johns Hopkins University Health Service offers comprehensive ambulatory medical care for residents and their dependents, with services provided by faculty and professional staff. Residents are entitled to ten vacation days in addition to the eight annual holidays observed at the Institute. Support for travel and professional conferences is provided. All residents are given individual office space, including a computer with online access to Johns Hopkins Medical Library systems, and online full-text access to university journal subscriptions. A full range of scoring programs, dictation software, and statistical packages are maintained in the Department of Neuropsychology and the Center for Autism and Related Disorders.