As 2022 dawns, many businesses are still plagued by the ongoing workforce shortage. But a solution is readily available! In a BBJ “Help Desk” article, Penn-Mar CEO Greg Miller discuss why hiring someone with an intellectual or developmental disability isn’t only good for the community, it’s just good business.
Long time Graul’s Employee Robert Zerance shares why he loves his job and how he has grown in the role.
Recently, Penn-Mar was thrilled to receive a $1 million endowment from Carroll County residents Mike and Dawn Zgorksi. The result is the Zgorski Family Endowment for Staff Training and Aid Fund.
Baltimore Sun health reporter Hallie Miller spoke with Penn-Mar COO Jackie Stevens as she shared the serious consequences of a key emergency funding provision, known as Appendix K, possibly ending early.
A local mother shares the challenges her daughter faces living with an intellectual and developmental disability.
Congratulations to Ashley Coppersmith, who has been selected as the NADSP E-Badge Academy Earner of the Month for March of 2021.
Experts are stressing the need now to get those with intellectual and developmental disabilities vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Penn-Mar Human Services of Carroll County was founded in 1981 as a provider of services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
In a challenging year, an organization is working to help people with developmental disabilities create new opportunities, even in a pandemic.
Few people may know about the deep connection between Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease.
When the pandemic struck in March, the world — and our economy — came to a standstill.
“Not being able to see Michael has been probably the hardest.”
These are challenging times for all of us, but especially those with intellectual disabilities who may have a difficult time understanding the current state of the world.
The coronavirus and the measures to control it can pose extra challenges for people with special needs, their families and the organizations that serve them.
The story of Amanda Camacho and Greg Holmes didn’t follow the usual path.
Baltimore’s Penn-Mar Human Services works to find employment for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.