Day Supports

Community Development Services

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At Ardmore, we believe that everybody should have the opportunity to choose how they want to participate in their communities. We support people to learn and grow alongside their neighbors. 


Ardmore’s Day/Community Development Services are designed to support adults with disabilities to explore, learn and participate in their communities as fully participating members. Activities and schedules are based on individual interests, needs and goals identified through the development of a Positive Personal Profile and Individualized Schedule.

Services occur in and around the Prince George’s and Montgomery County area, and focus on the following;

  • Community exploration and building connections

  • Employment exploration, time-limited internships and soft-skill building

  • Learning and maintaining skills of daily living

  • Expanding social roles and experiences

  • Learning and encouraging self-advocacy

  • Skill-building, including: travel training, money management etc.

  • Wrap-around day supports for people who are employed

  • Activities of retirement for older adults

Flexible Service Delivery

Ardmore provides support services in a flexible and individualized way, which may include In-Person Services, Virtual Services, Tele-Support, or a combination (hybrid version).

  • In-Person Services: One-on-one or small group face-to-face supports in the community. Currently, In-Person services are limited due to the public health emergency and will be explored on an individual basis.

  • Virtual Services: Many of our services can be provided virtually. This could include engaging in online experiences (learning, fitness, social and entertainment, etc.) usually conducted via Zoom. Supports are customized based on a person’s community membership, interests and goals. Learn more about Ardmore’s virtual service delivery: VirtualAccess and Job Club.

  • Tele-Support: Remote (via telephone or computer) service delivery may be an option for people who are not be able to receive supports in-person or virtually.


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