Making a Difference

Every day, people like you make a difference in the life of a child at Kennedy Krieger.

Welcome! There are many ways to make a difference in a child’s life, and just as many stories about how people—like you—have helped us fulfill our mission. This blog tells those stories. Check back regularly for inspiring stories, reports from our special events, and information about new initiatives and opportunities for you to get involved.

  1. Carl's Story

    Carl's Story

    After Therapeutic Foster Care gave him a second chance at life, Carl Price is paying it forward by mentoring foster children.

  2. Lily Wilkinson

    Lily's Story

    "Camp SOAR changed the way I feel about my disability by helping me do things I thought I couldn’t do."

  3. Katie's Story

    Katie's Story

    Katie Bickford remembers the pain starting in the 7th grade—it began in her spine and radiated out all over her body.

  4. Khai's Story

    Khai's Story

    Despite his mastery of complicated video games, he has a hard time in school, and reading and math throw him for a loop.

  5. Laura's Story

    Laura's Story

    When Jeffery and Rebekah Fish found out that they were going to have a baby, they were understandably thrilled.

  6. Keith and Kevin's Story

    Keith & Kevin's Story

    Kennedy Krieger used innovative genetic sequencing technology to diagnose two brothers who were “undiagnosable”.

  7. Liza's Story

    Liza's Story

    Liza Patchel exudes poise in all she does - at home, in college and in her community where she works as a Red Cross volunteer.

  8. Rohan's Story

    Rohan's Story

    Three years ago, Rohan had just started kindergarten in Connecticut when a devastating car accident left him with a traumatic brain injury.

  9. Maya's Story

    Maya's Story

    Maya Simbulon may be tiny, but her joyous smile and infectious laugh make her the focus of any room she’s in.

  10. Bradley's Story

    Bradley's Story

    When behavior gets in the way of learning, Kennedy Krieger School Programs help bring out a student’s potential.

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