Learning for Living at Benedictine

Helping individuals with disabilities for more than 50 years with educational, residential, vocational and day services for children and adults ages 5 and older.

School programs include: functional academics; speech therapy; psychological, psychiatric, social work, counseling and case management; assistive technology; physical and occupational therapy; vocational and transitional services; and intensive collaborative programs designed for students within the Autism Spectrum.

Benedictine Adult Services is a residential and vocational program for adults ages 22 to 60+ who live in the community or in group homes with peers and continue to work within the Benedictine vocational program. 

Benedictine is a fully approved, non-sectarian service provider caring for individuals with special needs without regard to racial, ethnic, or religious background, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Our CORE VALUES are Compassionate Caring,

Dignity of Work and Hospitality.

 

News and Events

Internship opportunities available at Benedictine

Internships enable you to take your career for a test drive! APPLY ONLINE Social Media and Event Planning Intern Benedictine seeks a creative intern with strong knowledge of the social ...
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What it means to be a job coach: A look into Benedictine Employment Services

What it means to be a job coach: A look into Benedictine Employment Services Looking over the shoulder of a team member polishing the vinyl of a dark blue SUV, ...
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Sweetly Made Caters to Valentine’s Day Shoppers

Sweetly Made Bakery, located on Main Street in Denton's historic district, is a Benedictine business that employs and provides job training for adults with disabilities. In addition to helping prepare ...
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NADSP Training

January 10, 2017 - Team training at it's best! Over 50 direct care residential and vocational staff and 20 front-line managers received National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals (NADSP) training. The ...
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Opening Doors to the Business World

When Abby, age 20, needed to gain valuable job skills after graduating from high school, she turned to Benedictine’s Supported Employment Hospitality Training Program to help he transition into her ...
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REV YOUR ENGINES!

ANNAPOLIS DONOR SHARES HIS STORY Gordon Schaaf, 82 of Annpolis, says his middle name is “Tenacious.” A retired Navy pilot and Benedictine donor, Schaaf has embraced the aging process, learning ...
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Benedictine awarded Freas Foundation grant to develop multi-sensory environment

Benedictine awarded Freas Foundation grant to develop multi-sensory environment RIDGELY, Md. (December 14, 2016) – Benedictine received $7,500 to fund a Multi-Sensory Environment Center on the School’s campus in Ridgely, ...
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Scott Evans Graduates from Leadership Maryland

Benedictine School for Exceptional Children Executive Director and Church Hill resident recognized at December 6 ceremony RIDGELY,  Md. (December 12,  2016) – Leadership Maryland announced today that Scott W. Evans, ...
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Christmas Tree and Wreath Sale Benefits Children with Disabilities

From picking out the perfect tree to shopping for the perfect gift, there are many ways to get into the Holiday spirit this season and now there is a place ...
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Case Managers: Daily support, daily care for each child

Case managers: Daily support, daily care for each child East student at Benedictine is a picture made up of many different puzzle pieces. Collecting the pieces and putting together the ...
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Great day in Annapolis yesterday. Pictured here with Senator Eckardt and Delegate Mautz are many of our adults representing Benedictine at Developmental Disability Day ... See MoreSee Less

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Woooohooo! Congratulations to Christian. He just got back to campus and showed us the special recognition he received for his two years of exemplary work at Dixon Valve. ... See MoreSee Less

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Agnethe GulbrandsenYay Christian! So proud of you 🙂2 days ago   ·  1
Barry SmaleAnd thank you Auggie!2 days ago   ·  1
Joyce BrownCongratulations. Proud of you.20 hours ago   ·  1
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Rodisha ChesterAwesome job Bud!!!! Keep it up...23 hours ago
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A very special thanks to the students from the The Country School (6th, 7th and 8th grades) who spent today visiting with Benedictine students. Such a beautiful day... Perfect for an outdoor ice cream party! ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Hospitality Class had the pleasure of spending the day with the Easton Police Department, learning about the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT). Sgt Jim Miller and Master Patrol First Class Yvonne Freeman held the training at Benedictine's Community Services and Training Program in Easton, MD. The “Be Safe” video shows the wrong and right things to do when you encounter an Officer of the law, your rights, how to get help if needed and how to disclose you have a disability, Our students were given special information cards to use if they ever encounter the police. Officers also detailed why one should not break the law and what could happen if you do break the law. Both officers role played with the students for a real "hands on" experience. The students enjoyed the class and learned a lot of information. Special thanks to the Easton - MD Police Department ... See MoreSee Less

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Adam Wahli used to visit benedict teen as a child in the summer time with my grandfather . He worked there as a driver and i would sit with the residents and talk and help them with their tasks.. If my eyes are correct i think i remember a couple of them faces. like holly. and that guy in last pic is his name david maybe. i remember someone who looked like him always telling me goodbye.. and what about michelle . she was a very nice girl.. i have always had a pasionate and caring heart for what benedict teen does.. thank u.5 days ago
Alice GerstungLooking great everyone. The smiles and joy are priceless!4 days ago
Marilyn GaulGreat music, great friends and the human touch is pure joy. The faces tell the story. Love to all4 days ago
Anne HendersonWhat a great time had by all!! Look so nice!5 days ago   ·  1
Stefanie Owen JohnsonAwww everyone looks great! I miss seeing those smiling faces5 days ago
Carolyn Jones ArvenitisYou look great Skip.5 days ago
Patricia GamgortGood to see those familiar, happy, faces!5 days ago
Cynthia IngramEveryone looks great. Glad you had a good time.5 days ago
Mary Bennett RedgravesLooks like everyone had a great time.5 days ago

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