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Baltimore Sun Article- House Calls Become Lifeline

April 22, 2020

When the coronavirus outbreak upended her 16-year-old daughter’s routine, Sarah D. Parr was worried the teen — who is deaf and autistic — would regress and spend her days doing little else than playing on her iPad.

Baltimore Sun Article- Everybody feels free here’: Baltimore club for adults with disabilities fosters love, friendship & inclusion

May 23, 2019

It’s the long-awaited evening when the League for People with Disabilities at 1111 E. Cold Spring Lane transforms into a glittering nightclub for adults with disabilities. The classrooms become dance floors with disc jockeys playing pounding club music. Merchandise, like sunglasses and blinking rings, is stacked up and ready to be sold, and volunteers wait in a makeshift spa to do fingernails and put on temporary tattoos. A lounge with dim lights is set up for chilling.

JMORE Article- Striking Out Against Strokes

May 20, 2019

“It’s not how you bowl,” a source of unknown origins once said, “it’s how you roll.”
The Snyder Center for Aphasia Life Enhancement and The League for People
with Disabilities are counting on all of us to roll with it for their signature event
on May 31. A family event at Bowlero in Timonium, the evening will feature bowling,
arcade games, pizza and live music.

WYPR- On The Record with Sheilah Kast

July 06, 2017

For 90 years, The League for People with Disabilities has worked to foster independence for those living with physical, cognitive or neurological handicaps. Annually, more than 2-thousand individuals get resources, care and rehabilitation at its multiple facilities. We’ll speak with Peris Bennett, about his experiences as a participant in the League’s workforce development program and David Greenberg, the League's president and CEO. He offers insight behind the enthusiastic response to their monthly nightclub for people with disabilities, Club 1111.

 

JMORE Article- A League of His Own written by Melissa Gerr

November 29, 2016

As the nonprofit’s CEO, David Greenberg has helped make The League for People with Disabilities a welcoming place.

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