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Home Care in Arlington, VA
Home Care in Arlington, 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 the following in-home care:

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Home Care Services in Fairfax, VA

Whether you need supplementary or full-time care for your loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, IncrediCare is here to help.

Home Care for Diabetes Management in Fairfax, VA by IncrediCare

At IncrediCare, our caregivers focus on diabetes management and many diabetes patients respond well to active disease management.

COPD & Lung Disease Home Care by IncrediCare in Fairfax, VA

With the help of IncrediCare, you can manage your loved one’s quality of life will improve using a well-implemented treatment.

Home Care for Stroke Survivors in FairFax, VA by IncrediCare Home Care

At IncrediCare, we can help care for someone with stroke challenges, as behavior, memory, communication, and more can be affected.

Home Care for Parkinson’s Disease in Fairfax, VA by IncrediCare Home Care

At IncrediCare, we are proactive with educating our staff to monitor for potential issues involving this disease process.

Home Care for ALS in Fairfax, VA by IncrediCare

IncrediCare is dedicated to providing vital information, support, and proper care to meet the daily challenges of living with ALS.

Cancer Care at Home in Fairfax, VA by IncrediCare Home Care

At IncrediCare, our job is to help take the burden off you, as our highly specialized team of caregivers and nurses are here to help.

Our Process in Fairfax, VA by IncrediCare Home Care

At IncrediCare, our attorney and discharge planners work with families to manage their loved one’s need for home care after a hospital stay.

Get Started with Home Care in Fairfax, VA with IncrediCare

Get started today with one of our dedicated staff and see what IncrediCare services we can provide to your loved ones.

About Arlington, Virginia

Arlington County is an urban community of about 26 square miles located directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. No incorporated towns or cities lie within Arlington’s boundaries. Originally part of the 10-mile square surveyed in 1791 for the nation’s capital, the portion on the west bank of the Potomac River was returned to the Commonwealth of Virginia by the U.S. Congress in 1846. This area was known as Alexandria City and Alexandria County until 1920, when the County portion was renamed Arlington County.

While perhaps best known to visitors for its wealth of tourist destinations, Arlington is an outstanding place to live and work. The County’s central location to the metropolitan area, its ease of access by transit, car, and airplane, its high quality residential neighborhoods, and its top-notch labor force have attracted a wide range of businesses and residents, helping our community grow and thrive. Arlington was recognized recently by Niche.Com as the “Best City to Live in America”.

Along with being the home of the Pentagon, the Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima), Arlington National Cemetery, and the United States Air Force Memorial, Arlington County is home to approximately 216,700 people. The County’s population is among the most highly educated in the nation and is increasingly diverse. It is estimated that one in four residents is foreign-born, with one in three speaking a language other than English at home.

​Arlington shines as a key center for business, with the population swelling to about 279,100 people during the daytime. The government and services sectors account for roughly 75 percent of the 221,700 jobs in the county. High technology companies have continually located in Arlington County, as have many major associations and groups, including the Association of the U.S. Army, Navy League of the United States, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, and American Chemistry Association. Fortune 500 companies also maintain a large presence here, with one plus being Arlington’s closeness to Washington, D.C., which makes it easier for the companies’ representatives to travel a short distance across the bridge to carry out their national lobbying efforts and sales to the U.S. Federal Government.NoVa,” as the locals call it) is generally regarded to include the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, Stafford and Prince William, as well as the independent cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, Fairfax, Manassas, and Manassas Park.

Aging and Disability Services
Department of Human Services
2100 Washington Blvd., 4th Floor
Arlington, VA 22204 | Map
Tel: 703-228-1700 (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
TTY: 703-228-1788  (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
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The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is your starting point for services and support.

We’ll help you or your loved one maintain independence and enhance quality of life by increasing your awareness and access to services and benefits. Contact the ADRC today to meet our friendly and knowledgeable staff who will ensure you get connected to the right services to meet your needs.

Our Services

  • Affordable housing counseling
  • Emergency crisis counseling
  • Information and referral to other ADSD services such as adult day program, in-home nursing, nutrition programs, mental health support and personal advocate programs.
  • In-home assessments and short-term case management
  • Medicare and affordable healthcare counseling
  • Transportation counseling
  • Links to community resources

Who We Serve

The ADRC serves the following individuals: 

  • Age 60 and over
  • Under 60 with a permanent disability and one of the following: 
    • Inability to perform Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as personal care: bathing, dressing, transferring from the bed or a chair, walking, toileting and eating. 
    • Homebound: Someone unable to leave home or must do so with great difficulty. The individual may be able to go to medical appointments, but needs escort assistance to do so safely.
  • Caregivers, family members or friends

Arlington, Virginia was once part of the nation’s capital when it was founded in 1790. You can still see some of the 200-year-old “boundary stone” markers showing Arlington was once part of the original Federal City designed by Pierre L’Enfant. This connection to the nation’s capital remains today in our history, attractions and everyday life. You can find Civil War artifacts throughout the county.

Get a glimpse of how the middle class used to live during Virginia’s Colonial era at the Ball-Sellers House Museum. Built in the 1740s, the house is the oldest structure in Arlington and portrays the lives of its historic residents like farmer John Ball and his family. You will also hear about William Carlin, a tailor for President George Washington, who also lived in the house back then.

Learn how Union soldiers protected Washington, D.C. during the Civil War at Fort C.F. Smith, which was constructed by Union Troops in early 1863. You can see the ruins of fort in the 19-acre park, which also includes a restored 20th century mansion (available for weddings and meetings), a forest, meadow, and gardens.

Arlington’s most famous historical site is arguably Arlington National Cemetery. The grounds of Arlington National Cemetery honor U.S. service members. Visitors can see the time-honored ceremonies, take in the scenic landscapes, and wander through the monuments.

Check out the Arlington Historical Museum where you will find model of a local Native American village, local Civil War artifacts, Arlington’s first television (a Dumont!), and artifacts from the Pentagon.


Arlington County is a county in the Commonwealth of Virginia.[1] The county is situated in Northern Virginia on the southwestern bank of the Potomac River directly across from the District of Columbia, of which it was once a part, under the name Alexandria County. The county is coextensive with the U.S. Census Bureau‘s census-designated place of Arlington. Arlington County is considered to be the second-largest “principal city” of the Washington metropolitan area, although Arlington County does not have the legal designation of independent city or incorporated town under Virginia state law.

In 2020, the county’s population was estimated at 238,643,[2] making Arlington the sixth-largest county in Virginia by population; if it were incorporated as a city, Arlington would be the third most populous city in the state. With a land area of 26 square miles (67 km2), Arlington is the geographically smallest self-governing county in the U.S., and by reason of state law regarding population density, it has no incorporated towns within its borders. It is the 5th highest-income county in the U.S. by median family income,[3] and is the 11th most densely populated county in the United States.

Arlington is home to the PentagonReagan National Airport, and Arlington National Cemetery. In academia, the county contains Marymount UniversityGeorge Mason University‘s Antonin Scalia Law School, the administrative offices buildings and graduate programs for the Schar School of Policy and Government and the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, as well as satellite campuses of the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech. It will soon house Amazon HQ2, the co-headquarters of Amazon.

Driving Directions from Arlington, VA to IncrediCare Home Care


Arlington County
Arlington, VA

Head southeast on Washington Blvd toward N Daniel St
1.6 mi

Use the right 2 lanes to merge onto I-395 S via the ramp to Richmond
7.4 mi

Use the right 3 lanes to take exit 1C-1D to merge onto I-495 N toward Tysons Corner
2.2 mi

Keep right at the fork to stay on I-495 N
0.6 mi

Exit onto VA-620 W/Braddock Rd
2.6 mi

Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto VA-645/Burke Lake Rd
Continue to follow VA-645
8.0 mi

Turn left onto Maple Branch Rd
0.8 mi

Turn left onto VA-612/VA-643
0.6 mi

Slight right onto VA-612
2.2 mi

Turn left onto VA-663
4.7 mi

Use the 2nd from the left lane to turn left onto VA-294 E/Prince William Pkwy
Destination will be on the right
0.3 mi

4893 Prince William Pkwy #202, Woodbridge, VA 22192

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