The following list contains quick descriptions of the programs and services offered by the Prince William Area Agency on Aging as well as some useful resources for caregivers and those looking for assistance remaining independent in their homes. For further assistance navigating our services call 703-792-6374 or email pwaaa@pwcgov.org.

 

Services Assessment 

Services Assessment.jpgOverwhelmed? Not sure what you qualify for? If so, begin with a services assessment by one of our skilled Supportive Services Specialists.
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Provides personal assistance, stand-by-assistance, supervision or cues for persons with the inability to perform certain basic activities of daily living.

Meals On Wheels

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Nutritious meals are delievered to homebound adults by volunteers Monday through Friday

Transportation

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A list of transportation services available in our area, including directions on how to take advantage of senior discount opportunities​

Companion Aid Registry

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An ongoing list of self-employed individuals who offer in-home care to adults on an ongoing basis. All individuals have passed background checks.

Telephone Reassurance

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Trained volunteers provide regular contact, safety checks, and medication reminders, scheduled at the recipient’s convenience.

 

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

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This program offers respite services to grandparents or blood/adoptive relatives age 55 and older who are raising a child age 18 or younger.

Caregiver Support Groups

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A list of support groups in our area, ranging from general caregiver support groups to those dealing with more specific circumstances

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Medicare Resources  

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Medicare is a federal health insurance program open to Americans aged 65 and older and disabled persons under 65. 

Medicaid Resources 

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Medicaid is a state-specific insurance program for low income individuals with limited financial assets regardless of their age.

Adult Day Care

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Includes group-based activities, personal care, health monitoring, and social services for older adults who cannot remain at home alone during the day

Legal Assistance

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Schedule an appointment with LSNV, a legal firm which visits each of our senior centers once a month

Ongoing Care Coordination

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Program which helps older adults and their caregivers navigate the long-term care services system

 

Financial Assistance

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Financial assistance services include health insurance counseling, tax relief, financial education, and Disability Determination Services​​

Veterans Assistance

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Information about programs and services available to veterans of any age

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Housing Options

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View the full range of housing options in our area available to individuals aged 55 and over​​

Long-Term Care Ombudsman

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Get involved in the Ombudsman program- whose focus is to advocate for people receiving long-term care services

Care Transitions

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A program dedicated to reducing avoidable hospital readmissions by empowering individuals to manage their own healthcare

Home Repair & Renovation Services

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Learn more about Project Mend-A-House and how you can apply for home repair and renovation services

Volunteer

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Volunteer opportunities are available in a variety of programs and locations  

Senior Centers

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Senior centers located in Manassas and Woodbridge are open weekdays for a wide variety of classes, programs and activities.

 

Bluebird Tours 

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The Bluebird Tour Program provides life enriching and fun travel experiences for residents age 55 or older.

 

Commission on Aging

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The Commission on Aging (COA) is a citizen’s advisory group which advocates for issues related to aging and caregiving.

 

Disability Services Board

disability-wheelchair.jpgThe Commission for Persons with Disabilites is an advisory group which recommends ways the County can be more responsive to the needs of citizens with disabilities. 

 

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 Need information about programs outside of the Prince William Area? Visit the Virginia Navigator database for information about community programs and services across Virginia or the Eldercare Locator database to search through resources across the United States.