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.

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    Howard’s Story

    A spinal cord bacterial infection changed Howard’s life, but with the help of Kennedy Krieger’s dedicated doctors, nurses and therapists, Howard...

  2. Chris in a green shirt and hat

    Chris’s Story

    Listen to former football player Chris express his gratitude for his doctors, nurses and therapists, and for donors like you who have helped make his...

  3. Peyton and Kennedy Krieger Employee

    Peyton’s Story

    Watch your donation translate to Peyton’s success with the help of our G-EO System™ exoskeleton technology.

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    A New, Uplifting Video About Kennedy Krieger Institute

    We offer you a new, uplifting video about Kennedy Krieger Institute, our patients and the unique work being done every day.

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    Celebrating Our Healthcare Heroes

    Please join us in our gratitude for the dedication and service of Kennedy Krieger's healthcare heroes.

  6. Telehealth

    With Telehealth, Patients Continue Therapy While Staying at Home

    Kennedy Krieger has moved quickly to increase its ability to provide telehealth services for its patients, so they may continue to receive the care...

  7. Kennedy Krieger Employees Give Back

    Kennedy Krieger employees display the power of a united front.

  8. Marcel's Story

    “Marcel is a very happy little boy. He’s gregarious. He loves music,” says Naimah, Marcel’s mom

  9. WIN Sponsors Camp SOAR for Former Inpatients and Siblings

    Camp SOAR is designed to enhance sibling relationships, and it offers team-building activities, tools and strategies for carrying over the lessons...

  10. Son’s Success in Feeding Program Inspires Family Fund

    When Austin was 18 months old, doctors determined he would need to be treated by a program focused on feeding disorders.

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