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    Based on the discussions that took place during Phase 1 in 2016, Phase 2 of the County’s Lines of Business (LOB) exercise will focus on programs/services to be reviewed for improved efficiency and effectiveness. The Adult Day Health Care Program was one of many programs selected to be evaluated as part of the LOB Phase II process.

    In spite of the aging population over the last six years there has been a steady decline in ADHC enrollment. The average daily attendance (ADA) has dropped from 134 in FY 2011 (6 centers) to 90 in FY 2017 (4 centers). It is hoped that the Phase 2 review will help to better understand factors contributing to this decline. Additionally and more importantly we want to ensure that whatever model or models are recommended by the Steering Committee will be able to meet the current and future needs of county residents.

    Click here to download the full Phase 2 charter document (PDF).

    To help fund entertainment activities, caregiver volunteers, and recognition of valued staff at the Fairfax County adult day care centers, please consider making an online tax-deductible donation to the Associates through your preferred option below:


    Here you will be able to find information about the Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care Associates organization, contact information for the Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care Centers, advocacy information as well as links, relevant news and other information vital to participants, caregivers, community members and others interested in and caring about the older adults in our community. Just click on the tabs or links to get the information you need.

    Who are the Associates?

    The Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care Associates, Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization established over 20 years ago to provide support and advocacy on behalf of families participating in Fairfax County Adult Day Health care. We are an all-volunteer organization made up of Adult Day Health Care participants, caregivers, community members, family members, former caregivers and others concerned with the issues of eldercare here in Fairfax County.

    What do the Associates do?

    With the financial support of caregiver families, other members, and grants, the Associates provide:

    • Direct cash payments to Fairfax County to help sustain the ADHC program;
    • Equipment (i.e., exercise equipment and white boards) to the Centers as needed;
    • Support for outside programming (musical/art/movement therapists) at the Centers;
    • Appreciation for Center staff through recognition luncheons and other means and
    • Advocacy on behalf of the ADHC Centers and caregivers in Fairfax County.