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.
Students learn best with meaningful movement according to Physical Therapist Haley Miner who hosted a “Lunch and Learn” seminar at Benedictine. School staff participated in a hands-on workshop to address ... Read More
National Direct Support Professional Recognition Week at Benedictine Appreciating those who support people with disabilities The staff of Direct Support Professionals (DSP) at Benedictine are key facilitators in successfully delivering ... Read More
As well-rested hotel guests sip coffee in the lobby at the Fairfield Inn and Suites Marriott in Easton, Maryland, students who are a part of Benedictine’s Supported Employment Program have ... Read More
Benedictine Programs and Services has partnered with Pathfinders for Autism; The Parents' Place of Maryland; Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's, and Talbot Counties' Partners for Success, to bring a full-day ... Read More
Read the Spring issue of Inspired Giving, the newsletter of the Benedictine Foundation. See how the Foundation, with donors, volunteers, staff, families and friends, are inspired to come together and ... Read More
Cindy Burroughs, mother of Jason, a student at Benedictine, has a lot to offer to other parents of those with disabilities. Her article here, "How to Skype With A Non-Verbal ... Read More
Congratulations to our Department of Rehabilitation Services liaison and Easton Office Manager, Stephanie our Business Services Representative, Jessie for receiving certificates of appreciation in honor of National Disability Month for their outstanding performance and lasting contributions to DORS! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to everyone who shared our Supported Employment Program video. We were able to reach 6,000 people! Here is Vincent with the Brew and Oyster Brawl ticket drawing. Congrats, Cynthia! ... See MoreSee Less
Objective information is information that comes to us through our senses: what we see, hear, smell, touch or taste. Subjective information is what we think, feel, believe, judge or infer about objective facts. Although subjective information is interesting, program decisions need to be made based on...
Benedictine’s new training program for Upper Shore public school students with disabilities is making an impression! These individuals are transitioning into the work place and learning vocational skills at area businesses. Help to make that impression even bigger with a view, a like and SHARE. Do so and you will automatically be entered to win a FREE pair of tickets to the Tidewater’s Brew and Oyster Brawl. Winner will be drawn on Monday, Oct 24. ... See MoreSee Less