Providing exceptional home health care in Fairfax, VA and the surrounding areas.
Ask Us About Our Discharge Packages and Quick Visits!

Senior Home Care in Northern Virginia

Looking for Home Care in Northern Virginia? We Can Help!

When you fill out the form below, you can expect communication from our caring, compassionate home care staff. We will answer your questions and help you find the right solution.

Senior Home Care in Northern Virginia
Senior Home Care in Northern Virginia 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 Northern Virginia

Northern Virginia, locally referred to as NOVA or NoVA, comprises several counties and independent cities in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States. It is a widespread region radiating westward and southward from Washington, D.C. Wikipedia

Northern Virginia (or “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.

The most common definition of Northern Virginia includes the independent cities and counties on the Virginia side of the Washington-Baltimore-Arlington, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA Combined Statistical Area as defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget[10] within the Executive Office of the President of the United States.

Most narrowly defined, Northern Virginia consists of the counties of ArlingtonFairfaxLoudounPrince William, and Stafford as well as the independent cities of AlexandriaFairfaxFalls ChurchManassasManassas Park and Fredericksburg,

Businesses, governments and non-profit agencies may define the area considered “Northern Virginia” differently for various purposes. Many communities beyond the areas closest to Washington, DC also have close economic ties, as well as important functional ones, to Northern Virginia, especially regarding roads, railroads, airports, and other transportation.

As of April 2020 there were 3,197,076 people in Northern Virginia; approximately 37 percent of the state’s population.[33]

These population counts include all counties within Virginia that are part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Statistical Area or the Washington-Baltimore-Arlington, DC-MD-VA-WV-PA Combined Statistical Area as defined by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget[10] within the Executive Office of the President of the United States.

Of the 3,159,639 people in Northern Virginia in the 2019 estimates, 2,776,960 lived in “central” counties, or those counties and equivalent entities as delineated by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget as forming part of the urban core of the Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area. These counties include ArlingtonFairfaxFauquierLoudounPrince WilliamStafford and the independent cities of AlexandriaFairfaxFalls ChurchManassasManassas Park and Fredericksburg

An additional 390,679 people lived in counties of the Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area or the Baltimore-Washington Combined Statistical Area not considered “central.” These counties, largely considered exurban or undergoing suburban change, include ClarkeCulpeperFrederickMadisonRappahannockSpotsylvaniaWarren, and the independent city of Winchester.

In addition, there are counties outside of the Washington Metropolitan Area that under more broad definitions are referred to as being part of Northern Virginia. The University of Virginia Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service categorizes King George County as part of Northern Virginia, though the county was removed from the Washington Metropolitan Area in 2003.[34] King George County and Orange County also include areas, such as Lake of the Woods, where the cross-commuting interchange with the Washington Metropolitan Area is high enough to merit inclusion in the Metropolitan Area,[35] although more far-flung parts of these counties still cause the county-wide commuter interchange to fall below the threshold for inclusion in the Washington Metropolitan Area or Washington-Baltimore Combined Statistical Area. The demographic figures above do not include population counts for these two counties.

The region’s large shopping malls, such as Potomac Mills and Tysons Corner Center, attract many visitors, as do the region’s Civil War battlefields, which include the sites of both the First and Second Battle of Bull Run in Manassas and the Battle of Fredericksburg in Fredericksburg.[79][circular reference] Old Town Alexandria is known for its historic churches, townhouses, restaurants, gift shops, artist studios, and cruise boats. The waterfront and outdoor recreational amenities such as biking and running trails (the Washington and Old Dominion Rail Trail leads all the way from Alexandria to the foothills of the Blue Ridge; the Mount Vernon Trail and trails along various stream beds are also popular), whitewater and sea kayaking, and rock climbing areas are focused along the Potomac River, but are also found at other locations in the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. Scenic Great Falls Park and historic Mount Vernon (which opened a new visitor center in 2006) are especially noteworthy. The Government Island park and quarry in Stafford County has views of the Potomac River, and Aquia Creek and also is where the building materials for the White House, and United States Capitol are from.[80][circular reference] Also in Stafford County are historic places such as George Washington‘s boyhood home Ferry Farm[81][circular reference]Civil War headquarters and plantation Chatham Manor[82][circular reference], and artist Gari Melchers Home & Studio.[83][circular reference]

Arlington National Cemetery is located in the area, as is the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, an annex of the National Air and Space Museum that contains exhibits that cannot be housed at the main museum in Washington due to space constraints. Many concerts and other live shows are held at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, a setting which has attracted many famous productions over the years.[84]

Skip to content