Maintain your health as you stay home due to COVID-19
In an effort to keep the community active and connected during the COVID-19 crisis, InovaWell’s Healthy Lifestyle program continues to offer a series of Virtual Fitness classes available
Monday – Friday
at 11:00 a.m.
All classes can be done from the comfort of home and will require little to no equipment. Exercise modifications are included.
INOVA's Online Fitness Classes
Virtual Center for Active Adults
The goal of the Virtual Center for Active Adults is to enrich the lives of adults in Fairfax County while combatting isolation. Participants can connect with peers, engage in a variety of activities and discover useful resources. Programs can be joined live or watched on demand.
Fairfax County provides a wealth of programs and services for caregivers in the county. There are different programs to provide support and respite for caregivers.
The Fairfax Area Agency on Aging and the Fairfax Caregiver Seminar Consortium invite you to join their upcoming family caregiver webinar:
How to Advocate for Your Loved One During Hospitalizations
Wednesday, March 16, 2022, from noon to 1:00 p.m.
Did you know that 1 in 3 hospital patients needlessly suffer or die from preventable harm in the hospital? In fact, preventable medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the U.S.A. behind heart disease and cancer.
In this presentation, Dana Hutson, a Care Partner Project, Educator, and Founder of Cancer Champions, will share how to identify the most common hospital hazards, and how to prevent them; when and how to speak up when you are concerned about a loved one's care; and how to obtain new skills and new confidence to be effective advocates for loved ones in the hospital.
All webinars are free and open to family caregivers, older adults, adults with a disability, professionals, and the community at large.
All webinars will be recorded, and registrants will receive a link to the recording of the live event.
For questions, contact Giuliana.ValenciaOrdonez@fairfaxcounty.gov or call 703-324-5484.