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Fairfax County Partners with Northern Virginia Jurisdictions to Offer Virtual Programming for Older Adults

VCAA Fairfax County is one of four Northern Virginia jurisdictions and one non-profit organization which have partnered to offer weekly virtual programming for older adults and adults with disabilities. Arlington County, Fairfax County, Prince William County, the Town of Vienna, and ServiceSource Inc. host live virtual programming on Zoom five days a week. The events range from fitness classes to special presentations to interactive games. This resource is free and all older adults and adults with disabilities who live in Northern Virginia are welcome to use it.

This resource is a continuation of the Fairfax County’s Virtual Center for Active Adults, which was created by the Department of Neighborhood & Community Services when Senior Centers closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though Senior Centers have since re-opened, there is still a need for virtual programming, especially for older adults and adults with disabilities who may live in isolation.

To learn more about the Virtual Center for Active Adults and join the activities, please visit

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Cristin Bratt
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Fairfax Virtual Assistant