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         Maryland Family Programs:     more books (26)
  1. Family financial management program development in Maryland by Mary J Stephenson, 1987
  2. A study of attitudes of thirty-three families assisted by the Rural Resettlement Program,: Maryland, 1937 by Elaine Knowles Weaver, 1937
  3. The Demographic evaluation of domestic family planning programs: Proceedings of a research workshop, Belmont Conference Center, Elkridge, Maryland, May 7-9, 1973
  4. Working together for Maryland's kids and families.: An article from: Policy & Practice by Christopher McCabe, 2006-09-01
  5. No place like home: Setting and maintaining a quality family child care program using the home and family environment by Betty Holston Smith, 1993
  6. Expanded food and nutrition education program for limited income families in Allegany County, Maryland: EFNEP annual report, August 1972 by Janet C Wunderlick, 1972
  7. Report to the General Assembly on the Family Support Demonstration Program by Shirley Whitfield, 1981
  8. Effects of Even Start on family literacy: Local and national comparisons (Report) by Lori Connors-Tadros, 1996
  9. Dorchester County Even Start Program evaluation, 1992-1993, 1993-1994 (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:385354) by Marvin G. Tossey, 1994
  10. From parent to child final performance report for Library Services and Construction Act Title VI : library literacy program (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:379499) by Honore' L. Francois, 1990
  11. Small wins the promises and challenges of family literacy (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:382333) by Lori J. Connors, 1994
  12. Reading By 9.(literacy program)(Brief Article): An article from: Childhood Education by Jeanie Burnett, 2000-09-22
  13. An exploratory study of neighborhood choices among moving to opportunity participants in Baltimore, Maryland: the influence of housing search assistance.: ... from: Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare by James X. Bembry, Donald F. Norris, 2005-12-01
  14. EMTALA should be applied to specialty hospitals, panel says.(Practice Trends): An article from: Family Practice News by Nellie Bristol, 2005-12-15

41. Child Welfare League Of America: Programs: Kinship Care In Child Welfare
These states consist of California, Delaware, Illinois, maryland, Montana, North remainin a safe and stable family setting. programs Page Back to top Homepage.
Kinship Care in Child Welfare

What is Kinship Care?
Kinship care is the full time care, nurturing and protection of children by relatives, members of their tribes or clans, godparents, stepparents, or any adult who has a kinship bond with a child. This definition is designed to be inclusive and re pectful of cultural values and ties of affection. It allows a child to grow to adulthood in a family environment.
Kinship Care's Growth as a Child Welfare Service
One of the most recent stunning changes in the child welfare system has been the major growth in the number of children in state custody who are living with their relatives. This shift has been so significant that its importance is fully national in scope. Some attributing factors for these increases are:
  • increased reporting of abuse and neglect;
  • a change in drug usage related to the spread of crack cocaine addiction and other drugs;
  • increased levels of poverty;
  • more children are affected by HIV/AIDS;

42. Credits For Family Planning Lessons And Challenges: Making Programs Work, Popula
Center for Communication programs and Project Communication Services, developing familyplanning communication Place, Suite 310, Baltimore, maryland 212024012
  • Thirty Years of Family Planning Programs
  • Family Planning Demand
  • Contraceptive Access
  • Choice of Contraceptive Methods ...
  • CCP Home Page Population Reports is published by the Population Information Program, Center for Communication Programs, The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, 111 Market Place, Suite 310, Baltimore, Maryland 21202-4012, USA
    Volume XXII, Number 2
    August, 1994 C redits
    This report was prepared by Bryant Robey, M.A., Phyllis Tilson Piotrow, Ph.D., and Cynthia Salter. Ward Rinehart, Editor. Stephen M. Goldstein, Managing Editor, Design by Linda D. Sadler. Production by Merridy Gottlieb. Comments and additional material are welcome. The assistance of the following reviewers is appreciated: Saida Agrebi, Anna Arnold, Jane T. Bertrand, Silvia Bomfin Hyppolito, Sylvie I. Cohen, Kenneth R. Farr, Muhiuddin Haider, Philip D. Harvey, Alfonzo Lopez Juarez, D. Lawrence Kincaid, Kirangari Kiragu, James McCarthy, Katie D. McLaurin, Alice Payne Merritt, W. Henry Mosley, Elaine Murphy, Geeta Oodit, Richard W. Osborn, Malcolm Potts, Reimert T. Ravenholt, Judith Rooks, Susan Ross, Sidney R. Schuler, Myrna Seidman, Steven W. sinding, J. Joseph Speidel, J. Douglas Storey, Syesha Taslim, Carol Underwood, Dana Vogel, Emmanuel Voulgaropoulos, Edward E. Wallach, Daniel R. Weintraub Susan Wright, and Nancy V. Yinger. Some read portions of the manuscript; others, all. Suggested citation: Robey, B., Piotrow, P.T., and Salter, C.
  • 43. Credits For Family Planning Programs: Improving Quality, Population Reports, Ser
    Kols, AJ and Sherman, JE family Planning programs Director, Center for Communicationprograms; Project Director Place, Suite 310, Baltimore, maryland 21202–4012
  • The Importance of Quality
  • The Quality Movement in Health Care
  • Client-Centered Care
  • Principles of Quality Movement ...
  • CCP Home Page Population Reports is published by the Population Information Program, Center for Communication Programs, The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, 111 Market Place, Suite 310, Baltimore, Maryland 21202-4012, USA
    Volume XXVI, Number 3
    November, 1998
    Series J, Number 47 C redits
    This report was prepared by Adrienne J. Kols, M.A., and Jill E. Sherman, M.P.H. Bryant Robey, Editor. Stephen M. Goldstein, Managing Editor. Research assistance by Ushma D. Upadhyay and Priya Nanda. Design by Linda Sadler. Production by Deborah Branagan, John Fiege, Merridy Gottlieb, and Peter Hammerer. The assistance of the following reviewers is appreciated: Lynn Bakamjian, Jane Bertrand, Ann Blouse, Carol Brancich, Lisanne Brown, Judith Bruce, Martha Campbell, Barbara Crane, John Crowley, Paul DeLay, Maribel Diaz, Ellen Eiseman, Alison Ellis, Hassan El Gebaly, William Finger, Karen Hardee, Ron Hess, Douglas Huber, Carlos Huezo, Linda Ippolito, Joanne Jeffers, Don Lauro, Alice Payne Merritt, Edgar Necochea, Constance Newman, Phyllis Tilson Piotrow, Tsique Pleah, Malcolm Potts, Jolee Reinke, Jose Rimon, Sharon Rudy, James D. Shelton, Shelly Snyder, J. Joseph Speidel, Wayne Stinson, Douglas Storey, Deirdre Strachan, Paula Tavrow, Ricardo Vernon, Cynthia Waszak, and Norma Wilson. Suggested citation: Kols, A.J. and Sherman, J.E.
  • 44., Your Learning Center For Practical Solutions To Divorce Challe
    maryland. Naval Station Washington family Service Center Building 150 Phone JimBalick for at (202) 4336144 Registration is required for all programs and to
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    45. Discovery Creek Children's Museum > For Families > For Parents
    Weekend family programs are offered at the Stable at Glen Echo site (unless otherwisenoted). Glen Echo Park 7300 MacArthur Boulevard Glen Echo, maryland.
    With a focus on environmental education, Discovery Creek uses engaging educational approaches to bring science to life for Washington’s children. Immersion exhibitions, live animal demonstrations, and interactive teaching create a vibrant learning context. Discovery Creek is located in the only one-room Schoolhouse in Washington and the historic Stable at Glen Echo Park. The museum is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. To find out about our family programs, click here Hours of Operation Discovery Creek is open to families on most weekends. Just drop in on: Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Sundays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Check the program calendar for listings of weekend programs, special events and closings.
    Admission Ages 2-64 $5 ($3 members)
    Seniors (65+) $3
    Infants (under 2 years) free
    How to Get Here Weekend family programs are offered at the Stable at Glen Echo site (unless otherwise noted)
    Discovery Creek Children’s Museum at the Stable at Glen Echo Glen Echo Park
    7300 MacArthur Boulevard
    Glen Echo, Maryland

    46. Scholarships For Youth - Casey National Center For Resource Family Support
    The Department of Children and family Services offers three programs The DCFS marylandStudent Guide to Higher Education and Financial Aid in maryland

    CNC Home Resource Family Support and Retention Supports for Resource Families and Youth Scholarships for Youth
    Advanced Search

    Quick Facts
    State Contacts Recruitment ...
    more info
    Every year thousands of foster youth turn 18, losing their temporary families, with few if any resources with which to pursue higher education. Thus, the transition to adulthood for foster youth is a juncture even more hazardous than for most teens. With educational support, these youth have boundless contributions to make to their communities and to our world. Without such support, their gifts will go to waste - leaving the youth more vulnerable to homelessness, unemployment and the attendant social costs. There are scholarship, grant, and tuition waiver opportunities especially for youth who have been in foster care or who have been adopted. Check the list below for some of the larger programs. Be sure to ask your public or private agency if they have any financial aid programs for which you may be eligible. Also check with the school you plan to attend.

    47. Fort Detrick, Maryland
    Advisory Council and Steering Committee provides oversight and support for the Armyfamily Action Plan (AFAP) and Army family Team Building (AFTB) programs.
    Services: Services Home Page Newsletter/Newspaper: Well-Being Quarterly (1.5MB) Fort Detrick Standard Plug-in: Adobe Acrobat Reader
    Mission Statement
    "ACS will assist commanders in maintaining readiness of individuals, families, and communities within America's Army by developing, coordinating, and delivering services which promote self-reliance, resiliency, and stability during war and peace."
    Activity Telephone
    301-619-xxxx Army Community Services Employment and Transition Readiness Program
    Provide comprehensive and coordinated employment and transition programs, to enhance the military family's quality of life and assist the military member in pursuit of a career change.
    Class Schedule
    Exceptional Family Member Program Provides information, referral, advocacy, short-term counseling and support services to military families with special needs (disabilities). Family Advocacy Program FAP is located in the Barquist Army Health Clinic, 1434 Porter St. The program is responsible for the prevention and treatment of families who are involved in an incident of child or spouse abuse or are "at-risk" for abuse. Financial Readiness Program (FRP) Designed to assist soldiers, eligible family members, and retirees in the area of personal finance and consumer affairs, to enhance personal financial readiness and thereby the total unit mission readiness. Individual programs are listed below. To get more information, just click one of the headings below.

    48. Pressley Ridge Schools In Maryland And Washington, DC
    PRYDE Baltimore became one of the first treatment foster care programs in maryland. Anurturing family environment is the most potent for behavior change in
    Choose Your State Maryland/Washington, DC Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia careers contact home Search: Success Story Treatment Foster
    Care Job Listings Contacts The Pressley Ridge Schools of Maryland
    805 E. Fayette Street
    Baltimore, MD 21202-9998
    Phone: 410-576-8300
    Fax: 410-576-8385 Baltimore District of Columbia Colmar Manor Frostburg Maryland/DC Programs-at-a-Glance First program opened in: Baltimore, MD In 1988, Pressley Ridge was invited to open a PRYDE office in Baltimore. In a short period of time, the Baltimore program was serving over 60 kids. Maryland's programs have expanded to include sites in Lanham, Frostburg and the District of Columbia and server over 150 children and families daily.
    In 1998, PRYDE Baltimore became one of the first treatment foster care programs in Maryland. PRYDE's mission is to serve seriously emotionally disturbed children by providing them with a highly structured treatment foster home. The PRYDE program is guided by three core values:
  • Children belong with families. A nurturing family environment is the most potent for behavior change in children.
  • 49. The Women's Law Center Of Maryland - Kaufman Center For Family Law
    is the first and only maryland project to We support familyfriendly laws and family-focuseddecision lawmaking, and by implementing innovative programs to pave
    The Bruce A. Kaufman Center for Family Law is the first and only Maryland project to focus on families in transition and improving how families interact with the legal system. A unique resource for Marylanders, the Center provides innovative services to families who otherwise would not have access to the courts. We support family-friendly laws and family-focused decision-making by judges, lawyers, and parents. The Kaufman Center was named in honor of Bruce A. Kaufman The Kaufman Center is a Project of the Women's Law Center , a non-profit legal rights organization founded in 1971. The WLC advocates for a level playing field in the law for women and children. For more than a quarter of a century, the WLC has fought and won many battles to protect and preserve the rights of womenby educating the public and the judiciary on the effects of legal decisions affecting women, by monitoring compliance with the law, by seeking to change unjust laws and unjust lawmaking, and by implementing innovative programs to pave the way for systemic change. Home About Us Contact Us How to Join ...
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    50. Maryland Infants & Toddlers Program And Preschool Services Branch
    maryland programs for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers with Disabilities (birth Aboutmaryland family Support Services for Children with Disabilities (birth

    Special Ed



    MSDE Links Division of Special Education / Early Intervention Services MSDE Homepage MSDE Division of Special Education / Early Intervention Services 200 W. Baltimore St. 4th Floor Baltimore, MD 21201 (Maryland Only) Maryland Programs for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers with Disabilities (birth through five) A Window of Opportunity... Welcome to the Maryland Infants and Toddlers Program and Preschool Services Web site. On behalf of the Division of Special Education and Early Intervention Services in the Maryland State Department of Education, we invite parents, service providers, administrators, advocates, and the community at large to join us in sharing information and resources that support young children with special needs and their families.

    51. Family Academic Conferences
    In addition to our oneday programs, we're planning for seven are also currentlyunder way for our second weeklong family field course Baltimore, maryland.
    Discovery Series for Fifth and Sixth graders
    For Young Students Talent Search participants: Discovery Series are offered each spring to fifth and sixth graders. Students are invited to experience the wealth of resources and activities available at prestigious museums, aquariums, science centers, and zoological societies. As determined by the facilities and unique focus of each host institution, scientists, historians, or artists guide participants through an exploration of on-site exhibits and activities, using their professional expertise to address the learning needs and lively curiosity of highly able students. (At least one parent or guardian must register and attend.) Program and Registration Information on Discovery Series for Spring '03. Discovery Series registration form available here (requires Adobe Acrobat). In addition to our one-day programs, we're planning for seven weekend

    52. Family Academic Conferences
    Our family Academic Conferences uphold CTY's tradition of education taking and Coloradofor information about weeklong programs for 5th Baltimore, maryland.
    CTY Family Academic Conferences are designed for CTY Talent Search participants and their families, with the intention of exposing talented students to the exciting range of possibilities included in a broad-based education and life-long learning program. Family Academic Conferences for younger participants aim to support and supplement standard school curricula and keep students interested in a wide range of subjects. Programs for older students incorporate the same principles with an introduction to making college and career choices. We strive to compile a diverse group of interdisciplinary topics, in the hope that early planning will enable families to make wise decisions in shaping students' educational futures. Our Family Academic Conferences uphold CTY's tradition of education taking place anywhere and everywhere at school, home, work, and in the community.
    • To first be a CTY Talent Search participant, look

    53. Maryland State Bar Association
    A professional, nonprofit, voluntary membership association comprised of nearly 19000 attorneys Category Society Law Bar Associations United States maryland...... volunteer opportunities, updates on training programs and information Meeting inOcean City, maryland June 11 Rules April 2, 2003; family Limited Partnerships




    Join MSBA
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    Dues Join MSBA ... Membership FAQ Services EBB E-MALL MDLawJobs Online Ethics Publications Bar Journal Bar Bulletin Lawyers Manual Annual Report ... Contacts Press Center Articles Press Releases Contacts Legal Links Local Bars Specialty Bars Schools Legal Info ... Misc Public Resources Disaster Plan Brochures Pro Bono Lawyer Referral ... Living Trusts MSBA's Latest Maryland State Bar Association Annual Meeting Ocean City, MD June 11 - 14, 2003 MSBA Annual Meeting Highlights In addition to traditional high-quality education sessions, outstanding social events, a first-rate exposition show and recreational activities, the 2003 MSBA Annual Meeting, to be held June 11-14 at the Clarion Resort Fontainebleau Hotel in Ocean City, Maryland, offers members special highlights and celebrity appearances. ( more 12th Annual Tree Planting Environmental Law Section Date and Time: Saturday, April 12, 2003, 9 a.m. to 12 noon

    54. Child Care & Early Ed
    In maryland, family child care made up about the same proportion of the supply inall areas. 3. How did the number of Head Start and prekindergarten programs
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    Child Poverty Facts
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    Scant Increases After Welfare Reform: Regulated Child Care Supply in Illinois and Maryland, 1996-1998
    by J. Lee Kreader, Jessica Brickman Piecyk, and Ann Collins Click here for pdf of full text Overview Research Questions and Key Findings Addressing basic questions about regulated child care supply, the report reveals similarities and differences within and between the two states over the two-year period.
    • Illinois and Maryland saw only 6 percent growth in regulated child care slots per 1,000 children under age 13 during this two-year period. All of the Maryland growth in capacity and most of the Illinois growth came in center care. The number of family child care providers declined slightly in Illinois and Maryland, although the number of slots grew modestly in Illinois and decreased a bit in Maryland. Illinois had a greater proportion of zip codes with high and very high concentrations of low-income people than Maryland. In 1996 and again in 1998, in both states, communities with the highest concentrations of low-income people had significantly fewer regulated slots per 1000 children than communities with the lowest concentrations of low-income individuals. Generally, the poorer areas in both states saw very little growth in child care capacity, while more affluent areas saw the greatest growth.

    55. Map & Track 1996: Maryland
    maryland was one of the 37 states that supported at least one visiting programs forinfants and toddlers, or family support and parent education programs).
    About the Center
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    Child Poverty Facts
    NCCP Jobs
    Summary of State-Specific Findings from Map and Track: State Initiatives for Young Children and Families
    (Based on data collected for the 1996 Edition)
    Some of the major findings about Maryland are:
    • Of the 488,341 children under six in Maryland , 77,660 (15.9 percent) live in families with incomes at or below the poverty level.
    • Maryland was one of the 14 states that provided supplemental health insurance for children.
    • Maryland was one of the 29 states with a state-funded prekindergarten program.
    • Maryland was one of the 37 states that supported at least one state-funded, comprehensive program strategy targeted to young children and their families (e.g., prekindergarten programs, home visiting programs for infants and toddlers, or family support and parent education programs).
    • Maryland was not one of the 14 states that supplemented the federal Head Start program.
    As of the fall of 1995, 23 states, including Maryland , made statewide efforts to develop specific program or planning models. Maryland funded two types of programs for young children and families. Eight other states made a deliberate, sustained effort to create a priority focus on young children and families. In these states, there were efforts to expand programs for families with young children and to encourage state agencies and/or communities to identify needs and use resources most effectively. Another ten states had developed both program and planning strategies, but these efforts were not linked. The remaining states made either a limited effort for a special needs group of young children and families, such as children at risk of out-of-home placement or children with disabilities; or they made no state-initiated effort beyond what was federally required.

    56. SocialService.Com - Social Service Jobs.
    the state, maryland Caseworker. Created with the philosophy that youth are besttreated in the community and within the family, The Choice programs provide
    Welcome to the new SocialService.Com
    JOB POSTING - SocialService.Com offers a very effective and inexpensive way for you to advertise social service job openings and recruit social service employees. For a very low price , your ad can be posted on SocialService.Com's web site and e-mailed out to SocialService.Com subscribers who have signed up to be notified of jobs that match their selected criteria. RESUME SEARCH - SocialService.Com also offers registered employers the ability to search our resume database of social service job seekers throughout the U.S. For a small fee, employers can search the resume database as many times as they want for one month. Additionally, employers who purchase resume database access can have newly posted resumes that match their selected criteria e-mailed to them. It's easy, inexpensive and effective - which is why SocialService has such a long list of satisfied customers throughout the US. To begin using SocialService.Com, simply:
    1) Register by clicking on the "Employers" link below
    2) Choose to prepay by credit card or print out an invoice to send in with your check payment.

    57. Maryland Humanities Council Calendar Of Events
    The photographs illustrate New Deal social welfare programs, including creationof the explores the home of Richard Smith, a prominent maryland family in the
    Programs funded by the Maryland Humanities Council April 2003 These programs are funded by the Maryland Humanities Council. Both Grant-funded and Council-conducted programs are made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Maryland's Division of Historical and Cultural Programs, corporations, foundations, and individuals. Times and dates are subject to change, so please confirm details with the contact person. Programs "Slavery and the Underground Railroad in Maryland" field trip Fifty elementary and middle school Annapolis youth are taking a field trip to Dorchester County where they will tour sites related to the life of Harriet Tubman and see a dramatization of an Underground Railroad escape. Participants will also meet members of the nearby Nanticoke tribe who will demonstrate traditional Native American skills and display artifacts. Following the visit, the students will work in small groups to write an essay about their experiences. April 2003 : Annapolis youth tour Mulkoss Plantation of Dorchester County and visit Nanticoke Native American Long House Museum (in Dorchester County). Michele Shorter, 410-267-8000 x138

    58. Concerns Of Police Survivors - Maryland Chapter - Home
    support, death benefit information and other assistance programs. Any family member(wife, husband, son, daughter services provided by the maryland Chapter of
    Concerns of Police Survivors - Maryland Chapter , is a statewide non-profit organization providing programs and services for the survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in the state of Maryland according to Federal and State government criteria.
    Our Mission
    The Maryland Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors shall minister to the needs of families who have suffered the loss of a law enforcement officer in the line of duty. To extend a helping hand to stabilize their emotional, financial, and legal well being. Letting them know that others suffering the same loss can be of service to them during their periods of helplessness.
    About the Maryland Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors
    The Maryland Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors is a sub-chapter of the national organization Concerns of Police Survivors, also known as COPS . The purpose of the Maryland Chapter of COPS is to provide peer support to law enforcement survivors by forming bereavement/growth groups where survivors can offer and receive emotional support, to aid survivors in understanding the judicial process, and to provide information about appropriate services which may exist within the local community.
    The Maryland Chapter of COPS has many programs and services for survivors which include National Police Survivors' Seminars held each May during National Police Week, scholarships, peer support, counseling programs

    59. Special Programs, University Of Maryland
    Arts Academy. The Art Center. maryland English Institute. PreCollege Programsin Undergraduate Studies. family Arts Program. Summer Sports Camps (Athletics).

    Living Working Eating ... Events Special Programs
    UM Home
    Campus Life > Special Programs
    Arts Academy
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    Maryland English Institute
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    Campus Recreation Services Non-Credit Instruction
    College Park, MD 20742 301.405.1000
    Contact us with comments and questions

    60. State/Local Resources Index Page - Maryland
    com Licensed facilitator specializing in 5 day programs for dyslexia of maryland TheParents' Place of maryland is a nonprofit, family-centered organization
    State/Local Resources

    Listed below are resources specific to the state of Maryland.
    • Baltimore Health Care Access
      Baltimore Health Care Access is a Baltimore City agency serving Medicaid recipients and children with special health care needs with any type of insurance. The Children with Special Health Care Needs Focus page offers information and downloadable booklets about SSI, health insurance, and support information for families, providers and advocates of CSHCN.
    • Developmental Disabilities Council
      • Maryland DD Council
      • Maryland Disability Law Center
      • The Kennedy Krieger Institute for Handicapped Children
    • Family NET Works
      Our mission is to inform, educate and connect Maryland families who have a member with a disability. Our emphasis is on reaching traditionally underserved segements of our community, but we address the needs of all families who have children with special needs.
    • Home-Access Project
      The Home-Access Project is dedicated to expanding housing choices statewide for low-income individuals with developmental and/or physical disabilities. To accomplish this goal, the Project will focus efforts on awareness and education, leadership development, creative financing/model solutions, and policy development. The Home-Access Project is funded by the Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council, Department of Human Resources, and Developmental Disabilities Administration.
    • Kennedy Krieger Institute
      Kennedy Krieger Institute is an internationally recognized facility dedicated to improving the lives of children and adolescents with pediatric developmental disabilities through patient care, special education, research, and professional training. The site provides information on the range of clinical programs offered, research, school programs, resources and current news highlights.

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