Day Supports

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Ardmore offers a range of daytime options to unlock potential and enrich the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 


Our belief that everyone has the right to choose the course of their life extends to the choice of how they spend their days. Our day programs are designed to encourage and support that choice with each person's day planned based on his/her individual needs and interests.


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Ardmore’s onsite Day Habilitation Services remain closed.

Tele-Support Services

Learn more about the remote supports we offer for those using our Community Day Services and Day Habilitation services.

Community-Based Supports

Community Development Services (CDS)

Community Development Services (CDS) focuses on developing the skills to cultivate community connections, promote positive growth, meet and exceed educational goals, pursue employment options and adjust socially for each individual. This service, which is DDA (Developmental Disabilities Administration) funded, operates Monday-Friday, from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, 250 days per year.

People using our CDS  often begin and end their days in the community—doing activities of interest to them such as volunteer work, internships, recreational activities (such as bowling), and classes (art, fitness, knitting, etc.). We use person-centered tools to match staff with the people we support and to help guide and support their participation in community-based activities throughout Prince George’s County and the surrounding metropolitan area.

Center-Based Day Supports

Day Habilitation


For those utilizing our Center-Based Day Habilitation supports, we offer a variety of possibilities including a sensory room, art room, game room, media room, and life-skills room. In addition, we coordinate activities in the community several times a week so the people we support can access a full community life. Our goal is to gradually increase the amount of time each person spends in the community.

​ Since 1963 . . . empowering people with
intellectual and other developmental disabilities.

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