Adult Day Health Care

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Locations in Herndon Harbor, Lewinsville, Lincolnia and Mount Vernon. Open 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.

703-246-8743
TTY 711


Jennifer Robinson, RN, BSN, MSW,
Adult Day Health Care Program Manager

Mount Vernon Adult Day Health Care

Welcome to Mount Vernon Adult Day Health Care

Located at 8350 Richmond Highway #137, Alexandria, VA 22309

703-704-6050

Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Caregiver Support Group meets the second Thursday of the month from 7:30 - 9 p.m. at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 1301 Collingwood Road, Alexandria, VA 22308.

What’s Happening at Mount Vernon?

News and Events

From Music & Memory to live performers, there is much happening at Mount Vernon Adult Day Health Care this month. Contact us for our activities calendar.

Meet Our Participants

Meet Peter and Reiko. Reiko is a former professional dancer — she studied ballet, tap and Japanese dance. She dances her way through Mount Vernon Adult Day Health Care each day, and frequently calls upon Peter to be her partner.

Peter and Reiko are participants at Mount Vernon Adult Day Health Care

Listen to Ingrid Parkhurst on the County Conversation

Our Center Nurse Coordinator Ingrid Parkhurst was recently featured on the County Conversation podcast. Hear her discuss her experiences caring for older adults and the philosophy behind Adult Day Health Care.

Contact us to get a copy of our monthly newsletter, activities calendar or menu.

Our Staff

Ingrid ParkhurstIngrid Parkhurst, Center Nurse Coordinator, BSN, Long-Term Care Administration Certified

I love working with this population — so many good memories over the past 10 years…also, working with such a talented and dedicated staff is a supervisor’s dream!

 

Cristina ZabaiaCristina Zabaia, CNA, LPN, Center Nurse

I love my job and have a lot of nice experiences with the participants. One unforgettable one occurred recently. One of our participants is from a foreign country. I asked him if there was a special song he wanted to listen to. He told me the name but he was unsure if I could find it, but I did and I played it for him. While he was listening to his special song he was crying with emotion and happiness. He said, ‘That song reminds me of Australia. I thought I’d never hear it again.’ I cried and hugged him.

Fatu KamaraFatu Kamara, CNA, Program Assistant

The participants teach me! Once I was reviewing our program for the day, and I came across I word I did not know. A participant informed me what "charades" meant!

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