2009 annual report - The League for People with Disabilities

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2009 annual report - The League for People with Disabilities
spring ahead
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
THE LEAGUE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, INC.
2009
July 2008 - June 2009
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OFFICERS
Jesus (Nano) Sierra, Chair
Andrew Slutkin, Vice Chair
Dianna Rosborough, Treasurer
Leslie Gilden, Secretary
MEMBERS
Bruce Brooks
Carol Dodson
Thomas Ellis
Lori Frazier
Kim Hearn
Michael Hettleman
Arlene B. Kelly
Suzanne Levin-Lapides
Judith M. Levy
Arthur Mehlman
Sara Palmer
Alan Spero
Arnie Wallenstein
Phil Wetzler
Erin Young
Mark Young
The League for People with Disabilities offers individuals the opportunity to:
gain independence • increase self-sufficiency • improve quality of life
board chair & CEO
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
FROM THE
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reflective of the nation and the state’s economic situation. Throughout this difficult time, we
were fortunate enough to receive ongoing support from our devoted advocates, as well as
increased recognition and patronage from our newfound supporters.
We received visits from a number of Maryland’s most prominent leaders, resulting in
substantial recognition and tremendous support in our quest to revitalize our therapeutic pool.
We held numerous events to raise awareness and to strengthen the relationships of new and old
friends, as well as to pay tribute to some of our most enthusiastic supporters.
Please join us as we celebrate overcoming many hardships and reflect on a year of noteworthy
achievements and unforgettable social events. Through the continued support of our advocates
and the dedication of our staff and volunteers, we are ready and anxious to spring ahead into a
future of continual development, growth, and overall success.
Sincerely,
Jesus (Nano) Sierra
Chair, Board of Directors
David A. Greenberg
President, Chief Executive Officer
THE LEAGUE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
During fiscal year 2009, The League faced significant financial challenges
Participants Jamal Parker & Adam Carpenter at The League’s press conference for Comptroller
Peter Franchot, Congressman John Sarbanes and the Baltimore CASH Campaign.
Photo from The Baltimore Sun, August 19th, 2008.
David A. Greenberg, Tyeisha Jones & Jesus (Nano) Sierra accepting a generous donation
from Vince Ancona of Amerigroup on October 23, 2008.
Relationships
relationships – strengthening
the old and embracing the new.
It was a year of esteemed
recognition, remarkable support
and outstanding generosity.
In fiscal year 2009, we hosted a 2008
Presidential Election Voter Forum here at The
League, sponsored by the Maryland Disability Law
Center, and opened our doors to a handful of
Maryland’s most prestigious leaders: Comptroller
Franchot, Congressman Jon Sarbanes, City
Councilmen Bob Curran and Bill Henry, Governor
O’Malley’s legislative assistant Carolyn Quatrocki,
and Senator Joan Carter Conway. We also received a
most generous gift from our friends at Amerigroup, a
Sensory Stimulation Room which has found its home in
our Autism Services department.
Perhaps the most monumental achievement of fiscal year
’09 was the susscessful passage of the Maryland State
Legislature‘s March 2009 League for People with
Disabilities Bond Bill for the renovation of the Malcolm
Hecht Therapeutic Pool. After structural engineering
experts reported the life expectancy of the pool to be less
than one year’s time, due to deteriorating structure and
exposed rebar, our invaluable resource caught the
attention of Maryland State Senator Joan Carter Conway
and Delegates Maggie McIntosh, Ann Marie Doory and
Curt Anderson. The resulting Senate Bill 545 and House
Bill 762 granted The League a time-sensitive monetary
match up to $350,000 towards our $1,000,000 goal to
revitalize our therapeutic pool and continue to offer our
participants and the community-at-large the opportunity
to utilize a unique, life-saving therapeutic resource.
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THE LEAGUE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
This past year was one of
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
A year of...
Social Affairs
A year of...
Throughout the fiscal year, we hosted numerous
events welcoming both new and old friends.
On October 23rd, 2008, we hosted the Celebrate Wellness
Fair, which featured blood pressure & osteoporosis screenings and physical therapy
information from Good Samaritan Hospital, body mass index calculations, height &
weight screenings and nutrition information via Amerigroup’s AMERIBUS, Breast
Cancer Awareness information from the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and The League’s
Wellness Center fitness instruction from our staff member Oram Fields. The event also
displayed a breathtaking art exhibit featuring works by Dan Keplinger, star of the “King
Gimp” documentary and former Camp Greentop participant, and the late Ellene Christiansen, a former League Board chair, artist and participant.
From left: 2008 Voter Forum,
Celebrate Wellness Fair, Frank
Advocacy Society Reception, A
Night for Day
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
transformed into a showcase of home décor presentations by board member and Louis
Mazor Interior Designer, Suzanne Levin-Lapides, and owner of Penny Green, LTD.
(luxury linens), Meme Marcus. Tables were strewn with accessories including to-die-for
bags from Emily Levitas’ Gotta’ Have Bags, unique antique & estate jewelry from Bijoux
Jewels, and fun and funky one-of-a-kind gifts and accessories from HoneyBea Haven.
Guests were treated to neck & shoulder massages, make-overs from our featured make-up
artist, and great de-cluttering tips from a Certified Professional Organizer. This event
helped to raise awareness of The League’s recently established program, while engaging
existing donors and recruiting new prospects.
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THE LEAGUE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
On March 26th, 2009, The League’s Development Committee
launched “A Night for Day”, a luxurious “private shopping
spree for women only” which promoted The League’s Day
Habilitation program for adults with Autism and other
developmental disabilities. The League’s Meyerhoff Multi-Purpose Room was
On May 2nd, 2009, The League honored Congressman Elijah E.
Cummings & Ms. Wheelchair America, Juliette Rizzo at the Annual
Awards & Advocacy Dinner, “Toast to The League”.
The dinner also paid tribute to our 2009 Unsung Hero, Helen Snowden, President of Members Helping
Members. This benefit event allowed us to commemorate outstanding leaders of the disability
community, while enjoying the company of friends and supporters.
All of these events brought together the efforts and
support of our advocates dedicated to the success of
our organization.
The League’s Board of Directors with Senator Joan Carter Conway (center) at the
2009 Annual Awards & Advocacy dinner, Toast to The League
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
League Board
Member, Mich
Elijah E. Cumm
ael Hettleman,
ings paying trib
and Congressm
ute to the 2009
an
Advocates of T
he Year
Elvis came alive to serenade our guests
and honorees
2005 Ms. Whee
lchair America,
Juliette Rizzo,
Olympian, And
raising a toast
y Miyares
with Gold M
edal Special
THE LEAGUE FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
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Statement of Financial Position as of June 30, 2009
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents
Accounts receivable
Gifts and grants receivable
Investments
Prepaid expenses
Fixed assets
$
233,844
333,823
186,858
4,150,004
181,693
7,224,269
LIABILITIES
Accounts payable & accrued expenses
Deferred revenue
Notes payable
TOTAL LIABILITIES
$
NET ASSETS
Unrestricted
Temporarily restricted
Permanently restricted
TOTAL NET ASSETS
TOTAL ASSETS
$
3,109,317
1,602,116
3,307,669
8,019,102
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
12,310,491
414,317
765,798
3,111,274
4,291,389
$
12,310,491
Sources of Funds
Contributions, events
and grants
Other
Investment Income
6.58%
%
Program fees
Uses of Funds
General & Administrative
Medical Day
12.78%
18.88%
Development
2.06%
Wellness Center
11.35%
18.46%
Camping &
Therapeutic
Recreation
3.89%
9.43%
Day Habilitation
12.55%
10.61%
League Industries
ASAP
Vocational Services
A copy of the current financial statement of The League for People with Disabilities is available by writing 1111 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, MD 21239 or by calling (410)
323-0500. Documents and information submitted under the Maryland Solicitations Act are also available, for the cost of postage and copies, from the Maryland Secretary of State, State
House, Annapolis MD 21401, (410) 974-5534.
spring ahead: The time of growth and progress
2009
at
THE LEAGUE
Growth of Individuals Served
20,000
17,757
Number
of
Individuals
15,000
10,000
10,109
Participants at
The
League
at The
League
5,000
0
2008
2009
Year
The Frank Society
FOUNDER’S CIRCLE
ABILITIES CIRCLE
Gifts of $10,000 & above
Gifts of $2,500 & above
Mr. & Mrs. H. Chace Davis Jr.
Mr. Kenneth Mehlman
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Mehlman
Wendy L. Shiff
Mr. & Mrs. Jesus Sierra
INDEPENDENCE CIRCLE
Gifts of $5,000 & above
Mrs. Louise Armstrong
Dr. & Mrs. Barry Gordon
Barbara & Michael Hettleman
Mrs. Gloria W. Levenson
Suzanne Levin-Lapides
Pam & Tom O’Neil
Mrs. Lois Speed
ACCESS CIRCLE
Gifts of $1,000 & above
Mrs. Elinor Abrell
Leslie Gilden & Mark Osteen
Anna E. Greenberg
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Mehlman
Sara & Jeffrey Palmer
Penelope R. & Garrett Power
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Stainman
Mrs. Arthur Ward Jr.
Mr. Edward Wiese
2009
2009 ANNUAL
ANNUAL REPORT
REPORT
beautifully transformed into a showcase of home décor presentations by Louis Mazor
Interior Designer, Suzanne Levin-Lapides, and owner of Penny Green, LTD. (luxury
linens), Meme Marcus. Tables were strewn with unique and desirable accessories
including to-die-for bags from Emily Levitas’ Gotta’ Have Bags, unique antique & estate
jewelry from Bijoux Jewels, and fun and funky one-of-a-kind gifts and accessories from
HoneyBea Haven. Guests were treated to neck & shoulder massages, make-overs from
our featured make-up artist, and great de-cluttering tips from a Certified Professional
Organizer. This elegant affair helped to raise awareness of The League’s recently
established program, while engaging existing donors and recruiting new prospects.
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THE
THE LEAGUE
LEAGUE FOR
FOR PEOPLE
PEOPLE WITH
WITH DISABILITIES
DISABILITIES
On March 26th, 2009, The League’s Development Committee
launched “A Night for Day”, a luxurious “private shopping
spree for women only” which promoted The League’s Day
Habilitation program for adults with Autism and other
developmental disabilities. The League’s Meyerhoff Multi-Purpose Room was
The Advocacy Society
FREEDOM CIRCLE
ACHIEVEMENT CIRCLE
Gifts of $25,000 & above
Gifts of $1,000 & above
Baltimore County Recreation & Parks
The Joseph Meyerhoff Fund, Inc.
American Technology
Amerigroup Maryland, Inc.
Black & Decker Corporation
Constellation Energy
Margaret O. Cromwell Family Fund
MECU of Baltimore
The Hoffberger Foundation, Inc.
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Glenn L. Martin Foundation
PowerCon Corp
Temp Fund, Baltimore Community Foundation
TKF Foundation
EMPOWERMENT CIRCLE
Gifts of $10,000 & above
The Leroy M. Merritt Charitable Trust
Venable Foundation
TRIUMPH CIRCLE
Gifts of $5,000 & above
Dorothy Wagner Wallis Charitable Trust
The Baltimore Rotary Foundation
The Jane & Morton Silberman Foundation
Our Donors
The Abell Foundation, Inc.
Susan M. & John Abosch
Elinor Abrell
Advance Business Systems
Linda A. & John Althoff
Baltimore Alumni Club of Alpha
Chi Omega
American Legion Towson Post 22,
Inc.
American Technology
Amerigroup Maryland, Inc.
Kenneth Anders
Louise Armstrong
Beverly & Robert Auslander
Paulette Pettit-Austrich & Jorge
Austrich
Vicki Aversa
Lorraine Baake
Alexander Baer
Baltimore Community Foundation
Baltimore County Department of
Recreation & Parks
Terri Nevins & Sam Bauman
Evelyn Beasley
Thomas Becker
Joyce & Marshall Bedine
Barbara & Robert Bender
Hope & William Benson
Judith & Bernard Berkowitz
Velma Bessent
Marie Bickel
Black & Decker Corporation
Anna & Donald Blais
Lillian Bloom
Ilene & Barry Blum
James Blum
Leonor T. & Marc Blum
Beth P. & Albert Blumberg
Niki Bouvier
Florence E. & William Bowers
Alfred E. Boyers
Steven K. Breeden
Michele Bresnick
Patricia S. & Cyrus Bresnock
Barbara Brocato
Belinda M. Brooks
Lowry Brooks
Ruth Brooks
Yvette & Bruce Brooks
Dean Bross
Catherine & Christopher Brown
Lois Brown
Stephanie & Gregory Brown
Alma J. & James Broy
Catherine Brusini
Mark Bumbaugh
Teresa Cadogan
Myrtle Cadwallader
Carol & Howard Caplan
Care Resources, Inc.
Robert Carpenter
Dorothy M. & Charlie Carter
Brenda Code
Betty W. & Irwin Cohen
Jane & Howard Cohen
Joan & Sam Cohen
Sue & Jerome Coller
Constellation Energy
Larry Cowit
Richard Criste
Margaret O. Cromwell Family
Fund
Kshitij Dalal
Elizabeth Davis
Helen & Chace Davis
Rosalee C. & Richard Davison
Foundation, Inc.
Louis Demely
Paul Derman
Marie W. & Vance Dippold
Esther E. & Raymond
Dombrowski
Barbara & George Dover
Gregory Draper
Mildred & Walter Drobisz
Dorothy H. & Chester Duke
Dunn Family Fund II
Jill & Thomas Edwards
Doron Eisenberg
Monica & Thomas Ellis
Valerie Emrich
Sonia Estruch
Kathryn K. & John Fader
Betty Feezer
Martha Fehsenfeld
Ellen B. & Christopher J. Feifarek
Ann & Morton Fisher
Charles Fiske
Dorothy Anna & I. Milton
Fleischer
Annette & John R. Fleishell
Ronnie & Robert Footlick
Virgie Foster
Eline & L. J. Fox
Sylvia Francus
Phyllis Franklin
Barbara & Joseph Frazier
Lori Frazier
Beverly & Charles Freeland
Marion S. & Stephen Freeman
Dennis Frey
Joan R. & Howard Friedel
Frances Friedman
Soretta L. & Herbert Friedman
Richard Frye
A. J. Gallagher
Tara & Francis Gallagher
Rebecca Faye Smith Galli
Jill & Ira Gansler
Caroline & William Garber
Albert Gettier
Estelle Ginsberg
Gertrude & James Ginsburg
Carol Glover
Louise Goldberg
Joanna & Jay Golden
Renee & Barry Gordon
Anne Gray
Betty J. & Alexander Green
Anna E. Greenberg
Wendy & David Greenberg
Mary & Alan Greenblatt
Dorothy Gretz
Katherine Guins
Hannah P. & Vadan Haddaway
Emil Hahn
Jean Hamill
Nathan Hammond
Dorothy E. & Warren Hansen
Claretha Harrington
Esther C. & Frederick Harris
Jane F. & Thomas Harrison
Delores Harry
Martha I. Healy
Jeanette M. & Gerald Heilman
Betsy & George Hess
Lewis Hess
Sue Hess
Barbara & Michael Hettleman
James Hettleman
Julie B. & Lawrence Hettleman
Leah Heyn
Alice Hilbert
Dolores Hoeche
The Hoffberger Foundation, Inc.
Sterling Hoffman
Joann & Richard Holland
William Hopps
Irving Horn
Susan S. & Carl Hossfeld
Joanne E. & Donald Hoster
Patricia Howard
The Harley W. Howell Charitable
Fndt.
Nancy K. & Frederick Hudson
Harriet & David Hutzler
Maureen Isaacs
Jacob Sandy Temple No. 26
Ann & Sanford Jacobson
Ellen Jandorf
Benjamin Joffe
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Karen Brinkmann & Fred Johnsen
Ann Kahan
Barbara & Joseph Katz
Barbara Kellam
Arlene B. Kelly
Lenna D. Kennedy
JoAnn King
Joan & Joseph Klein
Judith & Jonathan Kolker
Mary Ann & John Kowatch
Miriam & Irving Kramer
Kay Harris Kriegsman
Dorothy Krug
Salley Anne & Joseph Laing
Mary Ann B. & John Lamantia
Richard Lansburgh
David Lawrence
Rebecca & Matthew Leak
Linda Lebovic
Jacqueline R. & Robert Leedom
Audrey Lentz
Carol A. & Warren Leslie
Gloria Levenson
Marilyn & Robert Levin
Rhona & Martin Levin
Suzanne Levin-Lapides
Sandra & Andrew Levy
Barbara Lingg
Roxy Lipsitz
Lorraine Lobe
Amy Macht
Margaret Maher
Kathy Mangan
Sandra S. & Carl Markowitz
Glenn L. Martin Foundation
Maryland Charity Campaign
Maxalea, Inc.
Mayor and City Council of
Baltimore
Milbert Mays
Ellen S. & Glenn McAvoy
Janet E. & Edward McFarland
Patrick McHale
Marlene McLaurin
Brenda McNeill
Mary & M. Kenneth Mcquage
Meadows Marathon
Sandy & Joseph Mechanick
MECU of Baltimore, Inc.
Medical Facilities Management
Company
Amy R. & Bruce Mehlman
Judy & Arthur Mehlman
Kenneth Mehlman
Dorothy M. & Joseph Mello
Alvin Meltzer
Michael Merritt
The Leroy M. Merritt Charitable
Trust
The John Meyerhoff & Lenel
Srochi-Meyerhoff Fund
The Joseph Meyerhoff Fund, Inc.
Barbara Meyers
Marjery E. & Elwood Michael
Linda & Roger L. Michel
Miles & Stockbridge
Elaine M. & E. Miller
Hariette E. & Samuel Miller
Herb Mittenthal
Helen Mohr
Karen Moody
Estate of Marie Lillian Moore
Peter Moore
Ellen H. & Victor Mullan
Chantale Muller
Robert Mumper
Kathleen Muse
Beverly S. & Jonathan Myers
Roberta & H. Hudson Myers
Marion Myers-Almquist
James Nichols
Martha Nochera
Barbara Dee & Lewis Noonberg
Number Ten Foundation
Caryl S. & Robert Odenheimer
Bonnie & Pacy Oletsky
Pamela B. & Thomas O'Neil
Catherine M. & Richard Orrell
Leslie Gilden & Mark Osteen
Kathleen & Charles Overfield
Sara & Jeffrey Palmer
Susan & Richard Palmer
Charlotte & Michael W. Pardoe
Bridget & Richard Patterson
Russell Patterson
Beatrice Payne
Anne & William Pearce
Catherine C. & Thomas L. Peddy
H. Jay Penny
Penny Green LTD
Patsy & Anthony Perlman
PHH Vehicle Management Services
Victoria Phillips
Sylvia Piven
Tamara & Morton Plant
Stanley Platman
Joyce Z. & Richard Plotkin
Agnes Pohlner
Gwendolyn V. & Paul Pollock
Penelope R. & Garrett Power
PowerCon Corp
Willie Purdie
Rebecca Randall
Beatrice & Theodore Randolph
Margaret & Jerome Regulski
Teresa V. & Joseph Reina
Marilyn H. & Henry Reinhardt
Clarice Richardson
Virginia Richardson
Norma Rickman
Rebecca & Ralph Rigger
The Robert N. Riley Fund
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
R. Carmichael Tilghman
Audrey Tisdale
TKF Foundation
Karen A. & Daniel Todd
H. Edward Townsley
Frances Trimble
United Way of Central
Maryland
United Way of Southeastern PA
Kelly & Robert Urban
Florence Valentine
Venable Foundation
Verizon Foundation
Dorothy Wagner Wallis
Charitable Trust
Wallenstein Construction
Christine Walz
Arthur Ward
Michael Weinman
Diane D. & Jay Weiss
Marie Welsch
Mary Ellen Wentling
Anne & Thomas Wetzler
Marni & Philip Wetzler
Wilma M. & Michael R.
Whalen
James White
Yvonne Wickrowski
Edward Wiese
Stephonie & Rudolph Wiley
Fay & Donald Willey
Patricia H. Williams
Ruth W. & Richard Williams
Gail Williams Glasser
Kathleen & Ralph E. Wilson
Renee Wilson
Alfred Windesheim
Eva & Walter Winkler
Phyllis Wisherd
Kathleen & Stephen Witty
Susan Wolman
Rebecca C. & Richard Wyron
Elizabeth Young
Erin Young
Mark Young
Sandra & Alan Zatz
Judy & Arnold Zerwitz
Robin & Larry Zimelman
Irene A. Zimmerman
Robin Zimmerman
Anne Russell & Jonas A.
Zukas
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Pam & Randy Roberts
Edith C. & Ernest Rohoblt
Dianna Rosborough
Bernice S. & Mishel Roseman
The Baltimore Rotary
Foundation
The Rothschild Charitable
Foundation
Ford Rowell
Sheila & Stephen Sachs
Sheryl & Gary Sapperstein
Ann & David Saunders
Deborah Schloss
Ella Schoman
Florence Schubert
Evelyn Schwartz
John Scott
Security Development
Corporation
Scott Shane
Kathy & Sanford Shapiro
Dolores V. & Wilton Shaw
Lennart Shawker
B. F. Sheppard
Wendy L. Shiff
Flornel Shipley
Patricia & Alexander Short
Catherine & Jesus Sierra
The Jane & Morton
Silberman Foundation
David Silverman
Thelma & Ellwood Sinsky
Amy Beth & Andrew Slutkin
Sadie Smith
Rosemarie Smouse
Sarita Snowden
Lois Speed
Bonnie & Stuart Stainman
Sandra Joy Stark
Sara D. & Paul W. Stiles
Gregory Stoner
Cheryl A. D. & John Strom
A. Herman Stump, Jr.
Madelyn Surbaugh
Polly & B.J. Surhoff
Amy & Richard Sussman
Jeanette A. & Earl Swartz
Leslie & Phil Symonds
Susan & Gary Talles
Temp Fund
Corine Terry
Helen Thomas
Alexandra Thompson
Our Services
ADULT MEDICAL DAY
The Fehsenfeld Adult Medical Day program provides
cognitive retraining, independent living skills, adult
classes, skilled nursing services, counseling,
transportation, movement management, case
management, use of The Wellness Center & therapeutic
pool, and occupational & physical therapy for adults
living with a variety of disabilities, including traumatic
brain injury, neurological impairment, stroke and
HIV/AIDS. In addition to daily activities and field trips,
participants in the program also participate in a wide
range of classes on the topics of stress management, art,
computers and more.
ASAP - AUTISM SERVICES & PROGRAMS
Children with Autism and their families are offered
Therapeutic Integration, Intensive Support Services,
Respite Care and Family Training services.
Participants and their families benefit from family
counseling, respite and therapeutic integration activities.
Services qualify for funding through The State of
Maryland's Autism Waiver program, and Developmental
Disabilities Administration's (DDA) Rolling Access
program.
CAMPING & THERAPEUTIC RECREATION
Camping & Therapeutic Recreation enriches the lives of
children and adults with disabilities through a wide
variety of year round programming. During the summer
months, youth and adults can participate in Camp
Greentop, a traditional overnight camp program; League
Pioneers, a primitive camp; Greentop Day Camp; or
Adult Travel Camp. Throughout the year, campers can
enjoy Weekend Respite programs, Assisted Travel
vacations, sailing, dances and other social events.
DAY HABILITATION
Day Habilitation provides social interaction, daily living
skills, computer training, community integration
activities and friendship for people living with
disabilities. Participants in the program are encouraged
to make and reach personal goals with the help of the
Day Habilitation staff. Using skills learned in the
program, participants work to achieve their highest level
of personal independence.
VOCATIONAL SERVICES
Vocational Services provides people with disabilities
opportunities for vocational assessment, fundamental
pre-employment skills, job development, job placement
and employment retention skills. These tools are
available to people with a wide range of disabilities
including blindness, cognitive impairment and traumatic
brain injury. Vocational Services also provides these
services to the deaf community through job coaches
skilled in sign language.
LEAGUE INDUSTRIES
Providing business service solutions for customers in
need of a full-range mail house, copy & print center,
digital document management and/or specialty
hand-assembly work, League Industries works with both
the private and public Baltimore business community as
well as surrounding regional businesses. Working
collaboratively with Vocational Services, League
Industries also provides employment and vocational
training for people with disabilities, specifically in the
areas of direct mail processing, high volume copying,
list postal prep and assembly work.
THE WELLNESS CENTER AT THE LEAGUE
Offering a truly-integrated fitness center and therapeutic
pool for people at all levels of ability, The Wellness
Center serves League participants and members of the
surrounding communities with and without disabilities.
The Hecht Pool provides a warm water environment
that facilitates exercise and rehabilitation in a fully
accessible pool. Swimming lessons and water aerobics
classes are available to participants and the local
community.
The Hobbs Fitness Center is an exercise facility for
people of all levels of ability, providing individualized
fitness programs, floor aerobics and other classes, as
well as accessible state-of-the-art fitness equipment.
TKF Therapeutic Sensory Garden on the campus of The League for People with Disabilities
This annual report was printed by League Industries, a division of The League for People with Disabilities, Inc.
1111 East Cold Spring Lane • Baltimore, MD 21239 • 410.323.0500 • www.leagueforpeople.org

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