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Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging

215 Depot Ct SE Ste 231
Leesburg, VA 20175-3017
(703) 777-0257
Fax: (703) 771-5161
Services Offered:
Area Agency on Aging, Adult Day Care
Loudoun County Area Agency on Aging serves Loudoun County, VA
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    About My Business
    We are the first point of contact for information about services for seniors and caregivers in Loudoun County, VA. We offer a variety of services that support healthy aging. Our mission is to foster independence, healthy aging, and improve the quality of life for older adults and their caregivers through comprehensive programs and services.
    About My Services
    • Information and Referral: Aging Services Specialists provide information, referrals and assistance regarding county-wide programs and services for older adults in Loudoun County.
    • Case Management Services: Helps to coordinate resources and services and assist older adults to maintain independent living.
    • Virginia Insurance Counseling & Assistance Program (VICAP): Confidential counseling provided to people who are or will receive Medicare and other long-term care insurance programs.
    • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA): Tax preparation service for people with limited incomes.
    • Senior Centers: Social, wellness, fitness, educational activities and special events are offered at countywide Senior Centers. Reservations for lunch and transportation are required one day in advance. (Transportation services are limited).
    • Volunteer Program: Matches individual skills and interests with volunteer opportunities in the Area Agency on Aging and other countywide projects.
    • Health & Wellness Outreach: Speakers and publications are available to address a variety of topics on health issues and available services and benefits to seniors and their families.
    • Home Delivered Meals: Weekday lunches are delivered by volunteers to homebound older adults.
    • The Adult Day Center: Licensed adult day centers provide a supporting social setting and theraputic activities for participants with memory loss or physical limitations. Limited transportation is available. One center is in Leesburg; the other in Purcellville.
    • Long Term Care Ombudsman: The Ombudsman Program assists the consumer in making an informed decision about long-term care providers and advocates for persons receiving long-term care services.
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