Our Mission:

To expand the world of possibilities for aging.

We are LeadingAge:

Our national partner, LeadingAge, is an association of 6,000 not-for-profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. Together, we advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age.

Register Now for Dementia Symposium 2017

On December 15, LeadingAge Maryland, LeadingAge DC and Ingleside at King Farm will host Dementia Symposium 2017: Bridging the Gap-- Practical Solutions for Family and Professional Care Partners. Click here to learn more.

Finance & Strategy Symposium

Finance & Strategy Symposium Attracts Wide Audience

This year's Finance & Strategy Symposium, held at Homewood at Frederick, attracted a wide range of professionals for an incredible day of learning and networking. Learn more here.

Marketing SymposiumMembers from Four States Come   Together for CCRC/Life Plan Community Marketing Symposium

LeadingAge members from Maryland, DC, North Carolina and Virginia came together on December 5 in Mechanicsville, Virginia to explore a variety of marketing topics including the use of technology to reach consumers and consumers’ use of technology to reach communities and gather information. Learn more here.

Power of Purpose, the 2017 Annual Conference, was the Biggest Ever

The Power of Purpose, the 2017 LeadingAge Maryland Annual Conference was held April 24-25 at Turf Valley Resort. This was the 5th year of the conference and the biggest ever.  We had more attendees, more exhibitors and more sessions than ever before!  For more information, click here.

LeadingAge Maryland Delegation on the Hill 

LeadingAge Maryland led a delegation on visits to Capitol Hill during the March 2017 LeadingAge PEAK Conference. We met with the offices of Representatives Steny Hoyer and Elijah Cummings and Senators Ben Cardin and Chris VanHollen. Key issues discussed included: The American Health Care Act; Medicaid; HUD funding; HB 1421/SB 568 Improving Access to Medicare (observation stays); and regulatory reform.