Kennedy Krieger Institute
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About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Bradley Schlaggar, M.D, Ph.D
    83%
    approve of Dr. Bradley Schlaggar, M.D, Ph.D's performance
  • Founded
    1986
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Headquarters
    Baltimore, MD
  • Link
    Kennedy Krieger Institute website
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Assistant Teacher II in Baltimore, MD
on July 11, 2022
Decent place to work. The pay is terrible and the benefits aren't as good compared to everyone else as they used to be, unless you have kids going to college in about 10 years. But if you're passionate about special education it's kind of a minefield. I was super passionate about education when I started, I have since realized classroom teaching just isn't for me. Part of that process was feeling like some teachers/staff at kennedy are great some absolutely suck. Admin is awesome with encouraging and praising the people who do a good job. The people who suck? Admin basically does nothing, if you work with a teacher who sucks you'll feel like you're trying to force the other person to improve all by yourself and they have no accountability with their supervisor. The most I ever saw was a glorified scolding. I loved almost everyone I worked with some of them were downright great, but I felt like the school wasn't invested in providing a great education. All you were really required to do was case manage the kids enough that they stay in school, do some vaguely on topic lessons most of the time, and aggravate anyone in related services too terribly badly. Good place to work if you're a good fit for them, if you're not you might get sick of it like me.
SLP 1 in Baltimore, MD
on July 28, 2022
I completed my clinical fellowship at KKI in the outpatient speech and language department. My ramp up of responsibilities was well supported by my supervisors and colleagues. There was always something new and exciting to learn through interactions with patients, families, and other disciplines. I enjoyed my fellowship so much that I decided to remain with KKI as a C'd SLP. Our department has a great initiative to increase our equitable practices. This has been a great opportunity to collaborate and incorporate topics of social justice and inclusivity into the SLP scope of practice at KKI. The patients and families are a joy to work with. There is opportunity for interdisciplinary collaboration throughout multiple areas of the medical field as well.
Phlebotomist, Nursing Assistant in Baltimore, MD
on July 17, 2022
Being able to work with children that have disabilities. Putting smiles on their faces as well as their family members /caregivers. Knowing that you could make a difference in someone’s life.
Clinical Research Coordinator in Baltimore, MD
on July 14, 2022
Not an ideal work environment. Favoritism and poor management were among the problems with the organizational culture. Very little room for advancement. So the morale was poor. The trust level among staff was also low.
Clinical Assistant I in 708 broadway nbu inpatient
on June 30, 2022
training is two weeks and doesn't prepare you at all. seems super professional during training but once you become "real" meaning you passed training you will quickly realize its not any kind of professional. the people that are professional leave fairly quickly. The teams are a joke and rude. therapist arent paid well and it shows. most of the kids get sub par help and after a while you realize the NBU is a joke. if you don't mind physical altercations with autistic teenagers and being treated like a nobody by teams and a cut rate therapist that probably know less about the patient than you do. id say go for it.

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