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Herman: This program can help businesses hire more people with disabilities

July 25, 2022

Last month, on a perfect night for baseball, Kennedy Krieger Institute’s community gathered at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen to watch and cheer on a young man as he accomplished something rare and exciting. Robby, a twenty-something with autism, landed a job with the Aberdeen IronBirds minor league baseball team this spring. He works as a fan host, rotating between serving as a ticket taker, operating the area known as the fan zone and working as an usher. If you take in a game this summer, you might see him greeting ticket holders and showing them to their seats.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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