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Therapeutic Foster Care Program

About the Program:

Therapeutic Foster Care provides a continuum of family-based care and services to children and adolescents with special needs. The children have a history or are at risk of institutional and hospital placements. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between parent and child. Foster parents and clinical social work staff are highly trained to meet the emotional and physical needs of each child.

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Family Center Community Programs

About Our Program:

In addition to its clinical services, the Family Center also offers several community-based services, including:

Case Management Services: Provided for children and families who are victimized through abuse, neglect, sexual abuse and/or community violence.

Families in Transition (F.I.T.) Clinic: Home- and homeless shelter-based clinical services for families unable to attend clinic appointments and/or experiencing difficulty maintaining stable housing.

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Educational Evaluation Services

Although Educational Evaluations can be provided by your local public school, an Independent Educational Evaluation or Educational Consultation can provide the family and school with important additional information. These services can be done independently, or in conjunction with other evaluations performed here at Kennedy Krieger Institute (KKI). Educational services are provided by special educators with advanced degrees and extensive expertise in a variety of conditions that can affect school performance.

Educational Programs

Kennedy Krieger School Programs: Offering Excellence to Children with Special Needs in our Schools and in the Community

Kennedy Krieger Institute's Department of Special Education includes a number of programs that offer services to children with disabilities in a variety of settings. Kennedy Krieger School programs offer special education and related services to students aged 3-21 in three-day school settings and in partnership settings within public schools.

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Professional Training Programs

Every year, more than 700 people, from all academic levels and disciplines, come to Kennedy Krieger Institute to train with our renowned experts.

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Sleep Disorders Clinic and Lab

Kennedy Krieger Institute • 801 North Broadway • Baltimore, MD 21205

Director:

Jennifer Accardo, MD

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Aquatic Therapy Program

Kennedy Krieger Institute • 801 North Broadway • Baltimore, Maryland 21205

Director:

Albert Recio, MD, RPT, PTRP

About Our Program:

Located on the top floor of our new Outpatient Center, the Aquatic Therapy Program features two state-of-theart pools with a range of warm water temperatures and therapeutic treatment options. The program offers different aquatic environments depending on patients' needs. Features include:

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Brain Injury Early Assessment and Intervention Clinic

Brain Injury Clinic • 707 N. Broadway • Baltimore, MD 21205

About Our Program:

Based on the experience of the Institute's brain injury specialists, the Brain Injury Early Assessment and Intervention Clinic (BI Clinic) was established to address the needs of children and adolescents who sustain moderate to severe injuries but do not require intensive rehabilitation services.

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Bone Disorders Program

Kennedy Krieger Institute • 707 N. Broadway • Baltimore, MD 21205

Director:

Jay R. Shapiro, MD

Associate Director:

Emily Germain-Lee, MD

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