Adult Day Services 2016

Helping hands for your loved one, peace of mind for you

As the population ages, more area residents are in need of a community-based service to help care for them. When family members can’t be left alone during the day, yet they don’t require full institutional care, Adult Day Services at Union Hospital can help.

Compassionate Care

We provide compassionate care and stimulating activity in a secure, structured environment. We welcome clients in need of support services that will help them continue to live independently; people with memory loss; and those who need assistance with day-to-day activities.

A wide array of services

Conveniently located at 301 Augustine Herman Highway (former Walgreens) Elkton, Adult Day Services at Union Hospital provides:

  • Social activities
  • Health monitoring and coordination of care
  • Nutritious meals and snacks
  • Recreation
  • Therapeutic activities
  • Personal care
  • Counseling and referral services
  • Transportation to and from the center

Peace of mind

Our specially trained staff is here when you need us to care for mentally or physically challenged loved ones. In addition to providing social engagement and care for program participants, Adult Day Services at Union Hospital offers caregivers a temporary break from the demands of caregiving, which can sometimes be overwhelming.   To learn more about our Respite Care program, click here.

Accredited program

The Adult Day Services program at Union Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

Support Groups

We host monthly support groups designed to provide emotional support, tips on managing health impaired adults and information about community resources. You may bring your loved one if you wish – staff is available to provide care while you attend the meeting. For details regarding the Alzheimer’s/Caregiver Support Group, please see the our Support Groups page.

Services are provided Monday – Friday, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

Referrals and services are provided, we do not discriminate against race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or language within the Title VI Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Related Links:

Alzheimer’s Disease: Causes and symptoms, warning signs, ruling out other conditions, treatment and research and caregiving information.

Dementia: Causes, diagnosis, treatment, coping.

Senior Resource Center: Hearing problems, accidental falls, eye care, medication issues, food safety issues and more.

Related Attachments:

Admission Requirements
Admission Information Form
Admission History Physical
Explanation of Fees

Title VI/Language Access Plan
Civil Rights Act Complaint Form

Contact Information

Adult Day Services
301 Augustine Herman Highway
Suite B
Elkton, Maryland 21921
Map and Directions
Tel: (410) 392-0539