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Home Care in Alexandria, VA
Home Care in Alexandria, VA by IncrediCare
Home Care in Alexandria VA by Incredicare

IncrediCare is a leader in in-home senior health care, serving the Northern Virginia area including Arlington, Alexandria, McLean, Reston, Burke, Ashburn, Centreville, Springfield, and Oakton. Our value to our clients lies in our providing a variety of home health care services and oversight that changes and adjusts as our clients’ needs change.

IncrediCare brings over 25 years of providing care management and nursing expertise combined with a proven track record helping 500 individuals and families.

We step in successfully to virtually any care management situation, providing rapid response back-up care and the peace of mind that you and your family are well cared for in comfortable and familiar surroundings. We focus on the goal of keeping our patients out of nursing homes by offering the whole package of excellent care management, skilled nursing, personal care, companion care, and long-term care insurance. Our team of professionally licensed nurses and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) know their clients and care for them based on their unique situations and specific needs.

Safety Monitoring & Supervision
Assistance with Walking & Mobility
Assistance Bathing, Toileting, & Dressing
Medication Reminders
Transferring Assistance
Cueing & Reminders of Daily Living
Turning & Repositioning
Cooking & Feeding Help
Light Housekeeping
Pet Care
Errands & Transportation

We Specialize in Senior Home Care in Alexandria, VA

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About Alexandria, Virginia

Alexandria, Virginia, is a city on the Potomac River, just south of Washington, DC. It’s known for its Old Town, with brick sidewalks and well-preserved 18th- and 19th-century buildings. King Street is lined with boutiques and specialty shops. Founding fathers dined at Gadsby’s Tavern, now a museum with period objects and photographs. Carlyle House Historic Park is a restored Georgian mansion with a garden.

Aging & Adult Services Description

Aging & Adult Services office offers supportive home and community services to eligible adults. Services continue to be available during the pandemic. Speak with a Certified Information and Referral Specialist Monday-Friday from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Please leave a message or send an email.  To maintain confidentiality and to protect, please DO NOT EMAIL ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES REPORTS.

This Division also serves as the Area Agency on Aging and provides staff support for the Alexandria Commission on Aging.


ADSC Program Description

The Adult Day Services Center (ADSC) is a cost effective program designed to offer services to seniors 55 years and older who may need assistance and who may not want or cannot stay at home alone during the day. Despite the individual challenges seniors face, we encourage each person to be as independent as possible. Furthermore, the Center provides caregivers a needed break and the comfort of knowing that their loved one will be spending the day with new friends and activities. Transportation is available.

ADSC provides a complete week-day care program for up to 24 persons, which includes:

Activity staff consist of three full-time staff and one activity director. A registered nurse is available on site to monitor participants’ medical needs. Fees are on a sliding scale based on income. There is usually not a waiting list for this program.

Program participants must:

  • Be age 55 or over
  • Have a disability that prevents them from remaining alone during the day
  • Be able to use the bathroom with minimal assistance
  • Be able to respond to simple directions
  • Be able to function in a social setting

Persons with dementia such as Alzheimer’s Disease are appropriate for the program if they can interact socially. ADSC staff assess applicants individually to assure that they can participate successfully in the program.


Physical, Social & Mental Activities

Our program provides a wide variety of activities designed to meet the needs, abilities and interests of each participant. Activity staff consist of three full-time therapeutic recreational leaders, one full-time therapeutic recreational specialist and a host of volunteers. We work as a team to develop an individualized program plan for each person entering the program. Our program is designed to improve and/or maintain each participant’s physical, cognitive, social and emotional well being. We take pride in providing the highest level of care and quality programs that promote empowerment, education and fun!



Volunteers are an important part of our team. They contribute substantially to the variety and success of the activity program. It is through stimulation that we strive to maintain and enhance the participants’ awareness of the world around them. This is one of the reasons that volunteers are so important to our center. Volunteers provide extra attention that our participants need. Assisting with activities and field trips, friendly visiting and individual attention are all important ways of showing that you care. After all, what’s more valuable than the gift of friendship?

Volunteers engage in many of the activities listed below:

  • Assist with daily therapeutic activities
  • Assist the staff and participants during lunch
  • Help with arts and crafts
  • Assist with special events
  • Help provide supervision during outings
  • Play card games
  • Be a friendly visitor
  • Assist participants with daily strength training exercises
  • Present musical or singing programs
  • Read to participants
  • Write letters for participants
  • Assist with publication and mailing of newsletter and calendar
  • Take participants for short walks
  • Help participants with horticulture programs
  • Help participants with community service projects
  • Show movies or slides
  • Assist with special events
  • Assist with adapted sports
  • Demonstrate or teach special classes



Monthly Caregiver Support Group – closed until further notice

This group meets on the first Wednesday of each month at the Adult Day Services Center from 4 – 5:30 p.m.  Participants are full-time caregivers or family members or friends providing part-time caregiving. Participants share their experiences, provide support for each other and receive resources to assist them with caregiving. 


Monthly Caregiver Medication Education Group – closed until further notice

This group meets on the third Wednesday of each month at the Adult Day Services Center from 4 – 5:30 p.m.  The group is available to all City residents.  Participants will learn about drug interactions, medication side effects, commonly prescribed medications and tips about what  to ask your loved ones physician.

Alexandria is an independent city in the northen region of the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. It lies on the bank of the Potomac river close to Washington D.C. As of 2020, the population was 159,467.[4] The city’s estimated population has grown by 1% percent annually since 2010 on average.[5] Located along the western bank of the Potomac River, Alexandria is approximately 7 miles (11 km) south of downtown Washington, D.C.

Like the rest of Northern Virginia, as well as Central Maryland, modern Alexandria has been influenced by its proximity to the U.S. capital. It is largely populated by professionals working in the federal civil service, in the U.S. military, or for one of the many private companies which contract to provide services to the federal government. One of Alexandria’s largest employers is the U.S. Department of Defense. Another is the Institute for Defense Analyses. In 2005, the United States Patent and Trademark Office moved to Alexandria, and in 2017, so did the headquarters of the National Science Foundation.

The historic center of Alexandria is known as Old Town. With its concentration of boutiques, restaurants, antique shops and theaters, it is a major draw for all who live in Alexandria as well for visitors. Like Old Town, many Alexandria neighborhoods are compact and walkable. It is the 7th largest and highest-income independent city in Virginia.

A large portion of adjacent Fairfax County, mostly south but also west of the city, has Alexandria mailing addresses. However, this area is under the jurisdiction of Fairfax County’s government and separate from the independent city.[6] The city is therefore sometimes referred to as the “City of Alexandria” to avoid confusion (see the “Neighborhoods” paragraph below). Additionally, neighboring Arlington County was formerly named “Alexandria County” before it was renamed by the Virginia General Assembly in 1920 to reduce confusion with the city.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 15.5 square miles (40.1 km2), of which 15.0 square miles (38.9 km2) is land and 0.42 square miles (1.1 km2), or 2.85%, is water.[49] Alexandria is bounded on the east by the Potomac River, on the north and northwest by Arlington County, and on the south by Fairfax County. The western portions of the city were annexed from those two entities beginning in the 1930s.

Alexandria VA, Hoffman Towne Center, Looking Northeast
Alexandria VA, The Thornton

The addressing system in Alexandria is not uniform and reflects the consolidation of several originally separate communities into a single city. In Old Town Alexandria, building numbers are assigned north and south from King Street and west (only) from the Potomac River. In the areas formerly in the town of Potomac, such as Del Ray and St. Elmo, building numbers are assigned east and west from Commonwealth Avenue and north (only) from King Street. In the western parts of the city, building numbers are assigned north and south from Duke Street.

The ZIP code prefix 223 uniquely identifies the Alexandria postal area.[citation needed] However, the Alexandria postal area extends into Fairfax County and includes addresses outside of the city. Delivery areas have ZIP codes 22301, 22302, 22203, 22304, 22305, 22306, 22307, 22308, 22309, 22310, 22311, 22312, 22314, and 22315, with other ZIP codes in use for post office boxes and large mailers (22313, 22331, 22332, 22333).

Part of the George Washington Memorial Parkway is the one national protected area within the borders of Alexandria.

Neighborhoods in Alexandria include Old Town, Parker-Gray, The Berg, Arlandria, Rosemont, Del Ray, Beverley Hills, Braddock Heights, Eisenhower Valley, Seminary Valley, Temple Park, West End, and Potomac Yard. Many areas outside the city have an Alexandria mailing address yet are a part of Fairfax County including: Hollin HillsFranconiaGrovetonHybla ValleyHuntingtonLincolniaBelle HavenMount VernonFort Hunt, Engleside, Burgundy Village, Waynewood, Wilton Woods, Rose Hill, Virginia Hills, Hayfield, and Kingstowne. Some refer to these areas as Lower Alexandria, South Alexandria, or Alexandria, Fairfax County.[50]

Driving Directions from Alexandria, VA to IncrediCare Home Care


Get on I-495 S/I-95 S from US-1 S
6 min (1.7 mi)

Follow I-95 S to Lorton. Take exit 163 from I-95 S
13 min (12.9 mi)

Continue on Lorton Rd. Take VA-123 S and Old Bridge Rd to Prince William Pkwy in Dale City
21 min (9.4 mi)

4893 Prince William Pkwy #202, Woodbridge, VA 22192

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