COVID-19 RESPONSE UPDATE

League University

The League continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and make decisions regarding our programs and services accordingly. Our top priority is to ensure the health and safety of our dedicated staff and participants in our programs.

Below is an outline of the status of our current operations which we will continue to update as changes are made. Please be aware of the links provided, that lead you to more information including contact information for each program in case you have any questions or concerns.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Adult Medical Day​​

The Adult Medical Day program is currently not taking place in person at The League. We continue to meet the needs of our participants in the Adult Medical Day program by phone, through virtual programming, and by delivering meals to those participants in need. 

To access the Adult Medical Day virtual activities that are available through League University, click here. For more information on the Adult Medical Day program, please click here.

Youth Autism Services

Our Intensive Individual Support Services (IISS) continue to be provided in the community and individuals’ homes safely as requested by individuals and their families.

The Therapeutic Integration program that operates after school at The League is currently being offered virtually.  Sessions are being held every Wednesday and Friday at 1 PM. IISS services are being provided virtually as well.  

For more information on the Youth Autism Services program click here

Personal Support Services

Personal Supports are continuing to be provided in the community and individuals’ homes safely as requested by individuals and their families. Some personal Supports are being provided via Zoom. For more information on the Personal Support Services program, please click here.

Behavioral Support Services

​Behavioral Support Services are being provided virtually. Functional behavioral interviews, observations, and some Behavioral Consultation are being completed via Zoom.  Behavioral Support Implementation Services (BSIS) will be offered in the near future. For more information on the Behavioral Support Services program, please click here.

Workforce Development

The League continues to support our participants in the community and virtually who are employed and are receiving support from our Workforce Development program. We also continue to support our participants in person and virtually who are looking for employment, and who are preparing for the job search process including the interview. We also continue to support participants in this program who may have been laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to help them to navigate benefits that are available to them.

For more information on the Workforce Development program, please click here.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Day Habilitation

The Day Habilitation program is currently not taking place in person at The League. We continue to meet the needs of our participants in program by offering three virtual program sessions five days a week (Monday – Friday), through our virtual programming platform called League University.

To access the Day Habilitation virtual activities that are available through League University, click here. For more information on the Day Habilitation program, please click here.

Camp Greentop

Camp Greentop recently hosted two family camp weeks in person, offering campers the opportunity to attend camp in a smaller setting with their families. Virtual Camp Greentop also continues to be offered. For more information on Virtual Camp Greentop, please click here.

CLUB1111

CLUB1111 is not being held in person at The League, but does continue to be held monthly through VIRTUAL CLUB1111. This live, virtual Zoom experience enables individuals to participate virtually, dance and see their friends during the two hour event. Vitual CLUB1111 is always the second Saturday every month from 6 PM to 8 PM.  For more information on VIRTUAL CLUB1111 including how you can join, please click here

MS Day

The MS Day program is currently not meeting in person, but is offering virtual program opportunities for members through League UniversityFor more information on the MS Day program, please click here.

SCALE

The Snyder Center for Aphasia Life Enhancement (SCALE) is currently not meeting in person, but is offering virtual program opportunities for members through League University.

Please note, effective July 2020, SCALE has moved to The League’s satellite location in Towson. For more information on the SCALE program, including the updated address please click here.

League Industries

League Industries is an essential service and continues to operate within COVID-19 guidelines. For more information on League Industries, please click here.

The Wellness Center

The League’s Wellness Center, including the fitness center, pool and hot tub is OPEN. Please click here for important information you need to know regarding updated COVID-19 guidelines. 

Memberships are available for The League Wellness Center. Click here for more information.

Thank You!

The League is committed to making sure we are keeping our staff and participants safe and are communicating our plans and status of our programs as changes are made. Thank you to the community for your flexibility and patience during this time as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

© 2019 by The League for People with Disabilities Inc.

A not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, contributions to which are tax-deductible.