Over the past 50 years, we have successfully expanded our cutting-edge programming while staying true to our unique service model, which includes individualized community support with an emphasis on personal choice. Our distinctive one-on-one services effectively support the needs of the whole person, not just a diagnosis, enabling them to reach their full potential. Because Abilities Network exists, Maryland’s child care centers, schools, employers, recreational opportunities, and the community at large can better accommodate the babies, children, teens, adults, and seniors we serve.
Our Community and Employment Partners program every year provides over 84,000 hours of support to adults with Intellectual Disabilities
The number of annual home visits Healthy Families’ Family Support Specialists complete offering support and resources to families
Number of total moves our Senior Services program carried out in our first 10 years
Over 5000 early childhood professionals trained annually for Project ACT