The Alexandria Adult Day Services Center is a daytime program for older adults with disabilities. The Center offers therapeutic recreation programs and leisure activities for center participants to help increase their physical, mental, emotional and social abilities. There are oppportunities to engage in recreation and social activities regardless of your age or ability.
Senior Centers offer independent seniors opportunities to participate in a wide range of activities including exercise, creative activities, field trips, music, education and information, computer classes, English as a second language, cultural activities, inter-generational activities, celebrations and fun! Center participants also enjoy nutritious meals and spend time making friends and socializing.
There are two senior centers in Alexandria operated by the Division of Aging and Adult Services:
- St. Martins Senior Center
4650 Taney Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22304
To view the monthly activities calendar for St. Martins, click here.
- Charles Houston Senior Center
901 Wythe Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
Transportation is provided to both centers. There is no charge for meals at the centers for individuals age 60 or older. For more information, contact the centers directly.
Alexandria Department of Recreation and Cultural Activities also offers a wide range of activities for seniors and their families.