To unify the Adult Day Services industry for the benefit of its providers and the people they serve.
The Maryland Association for Adult Day Care was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1985 to represent, with a unified voice, the growing medical day care profession. In 1997, the organization changed its name to the Maryland Association of Adult Day Services.
Today, MAADS continues to be the primary representative for medical day care providers within the State of Maryland. MAADS’ members provide services and programs to over 5500 of Maryland’s elderly, handicapped and adults with disabilities and their families and support groups.
The Maryland Association of Adult Day Services (MAADS) is an information and education source to its members and consultants to the medical day care and senior services industry, the public, the media, and the government.