Meaningful Community Services
As essential elements of the Neurodiversity in the Workplace Initiative, we strive to provide community integration, social engagement, and foster inclusive workplaces.
Meaningful Community Services provides several programs for individuals with disabilities who are transitioning into adulthood. CORE Foundations provides individuals of all abilities with opportunities and education to continue developing core skills that are the foundation for a successful adult life.
Project SEARCH at Kennedy Krieger Institute is a 10-month, transition program for individuals 18 through 24 years of age that provides hands-on job training through integrated worksite rotations, career exploration, innovative adaptations, and mentoring from experienced staff at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
The money raised from ROAR will be used to enhance programming. We appreciate your support!
About ROAR for Kids
ROAR for Kids is a 5k run, low mileage fun walk, and family festival dedicated to raising much-needed funds for research and programs to help kids at Kennedy Krieger Institute.
When you are finished running or walking be sure to take a break and checkout the wide variety of fun activities and entertainment at our family festival! And for those of you who can't drag yourself out of bed or want to participate from afar, you can register to Snore for ROAR.