Caregiver Center - Adult Day Health Center
Hours of Operation
Normal business hours are Monday - Friday from 7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Please see below for information regarding inclement weather closings.
Support and Education for Caregivers
The Adult Day Health Care program provides ongoing support groups and educational programs for caregivers. Staff is always available to help address specific caregiving concerns.
The support groups are led by nurses from the centers and are designed to provide an opportunity for caregiver support and networking. You are welcome to attend a support group even if you do not have a family member enrolled in Adult Day Health Care. Please contact the individual center for more information.
Times and Locations for Current Support Groups:
4th Thursday of the month; 6 p.m.
Respite care provided and a pot luck dinner
2nd Monday of the month; 5 p.m.
Mt. Vernon Center
2nd Thursday of the month; 7:30 p.m.
Fairfax Family Caregiver Support Groups Program
(Free telephone support group)
2nd Tuesday of the month; 7 p.m.
More Caregiver Resources:
- AARP Caregiving Resource Center
- AARP Virginia
Family Caregiver Support Program
- Aging, Disability and Caregiver Resources Line: 703-324-7948; TTY 711
- Virginia Area Agencies on Aging
- Virginia Family Caregiver Solution Center
- Virginia Navigator
Closing and Inclement Weather Information
Unless Fairfax County government is closed, the centers are open regular hours. Bus service, however, does not run when Fairfax County schools are closed or have delayed openings. If you feel that you can safely transport your family member, please call before bringing them to the center so that staff can plan accordingly.
If there is an unusual change in the weather condition during the day, the Fairfax County Government may announce the early closure of The Adult Day Health Care Center. In the event the Center closes early, you will be contacted at the emergency numbers which are on file at the center.
Emergency Preparedness Information
Each Adult Day Health Center has an Emergency Response Plan that has been designed specifically for that facility. (See the Office of Emergency Management's PDF document entitled, “Emergency Planning Guidance for Medical and Patient Care Facilities").
Both residents as well as their families should be mindful and inquire about a facility's emergency preparedness plan regarding the following:
- the actual plan
- questions about staffing
- resident information
- coordination with other resources
- the role of the family
It's important for each family in our community to be prepared for all types of emergencies. If you haven't already, please learn more about preparing yourself and your family for emergencies.