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FAIRFAX COUNTY SENIOR CENTERS

SENIOR LIVING

Inova Blood Drive, March 8, in Fairfax

Inova Blood Drive, March 8, in Fairfax

Senior Living: Six in 10 People with Dementia Will Wander

Alzheimer’s Association offer tips to prepare for this emergency situation

Dementia

“Flourishing After 55” in Arlington

After 55

“Flourishing After 55”

Office of 55+ Programs

NVSO Sets 2024 Dates

Sr Olympics

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Local Audubon Chapter Votes to Change Its Name

John James Audubon claimed ownership of enslaved people

Audobon

“Flourishing After 55” in Arlington

After 55

Preserve Access to Telehealth for Seniors with Medicare

Current flexibilities will end on Dec. 31 unless the Biden administration and Congress take action.

Senior Living

“Flourishing After 55”

55+ Programs are in person at 55+ Centers unless otherwise noted. A 55+ Pass is required to participate starting at a $20 annual fee. To join or register, go to registration.arlingtonva.us or call 703-228-4747.

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Dementia Care Consortium

37th annual conference supports caregivers.

Caregivers gathering

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Dementia Care Consortium

37th annual conference supports caregivers.

Hundreds of attendees turned out for the Northern Virginia Dementia Care Consortium’s 37th annual caregivers conference, the largest dementia conference in the region specifically for family members and professional caregivers of those with memory decline.

“Flourishing After 55” in Arlington

“Flourishing After 55”

Food Assistance

Food Assistance

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Recognizing Pedestrian Safety as a Public Health Concern

On average, there are 172 crashes involving pedestrians every year in Fairfax County and Black and Hispanic people are both injured and killed at more than double the rate of white people. — Fairfax County Health Department

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