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OUR NEW LOCATION

We are happy to announce that as of Monday, January 9th 2023,  Senior Connections - The Capital Area Agency on Aging will be moving offices to our new location at 1300 Semmes Ave, Richmond, VA 23224. Our location may be changing but our phone numbers, email addresses, and other contact info will remain the same. 
 
We are excited to open the doors of our new location with more modern amenities, more parking, and more accessibility! The new space will allow us to continue our services, outreach, and advocacy even more effectively than ever! 
 
We want to thank everyone who has helped make the Cary St. location such a special place for the last 30 years and we cant wait to continue making memories and serving our community from our new home on Semmes Ave.

QUESTIONS?

Will the contact information be the same?

Our phone numbers and email addresses will remain the same. You can still call the same phone numbers you are used to, including our main line at 804-343-3000. The new mailing address will change to 1300 Semmes Ave, Richmond, VA 23224
Is public transportation to the new location available?
Yes! There is a Bus Stop right next to our new building at Semmes + 14th. You can take the 2A, 2B, or 2C bus to get to us!

Who do I contact if I have questions?

If you have any questions about our move, you can call us at 804-343-3000 or email us at seniorconnections@youraaa.org

IMPORTANT INFORMATION & NEWS

Caregiver Support Grant

Are you a caregiver?  Learn about the 2023 grant opportunity for caregivers.  Applications are now being accepted.

Public Notice Application for FTA 5310 Program

Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging serving Virginia Planning District 15 intends to submit an application ...

locate your COVID-19 vaccinations in the Virginia Immunization Information System

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WHO & WHERE WE SERVE

Senior Connections is dedicated to helping older adults maintain independence and quality of life as they age.  We also provide support to caregivers and assist individuals with disabilities.

OUR IMPACT

Senior Connections offers a comprehensive range of Home and Community-Based Services for older adults, caregivers and persons with disabilities in the City of Richmond and the counties of Charles City, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, and Powhatan.

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OUR 2023 AREA PUBLIC PLAN

Senior Connections offers a comprehensive range of Home and Community-Based Services for older adults, caregivers and persons with disabilities in the City of Richmond and the counties of Charles City, Chesterfield, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, and Powhatan.

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GIVE

Senior Connections depends on the generosity of individuals, corporations and organizations for support of our efforts to enhance the quality of life for older adults, and support caregivers.

EMPTY PLATE CAMPAIGN

Essential services such as food, in-home care, emergency services, transportation, and social engagement programs are provided through funds raised by our Empty Plate Campaign.

Our efforts are focused on supporting the needs of older adults during the COVID-19 Crisis.

EMPTY PLATE 2022 AWARD WINNERS

Eva Teig Hardy Award for Business Service - The Shepherd's Center of Richmond

Phoebe and Frank Hall Humanitarian Award - Fred Karnas and Susan Hallett

Richard Hogan Memorial Award for Volunteers - John Purnell

Mary Ellen Cox Memorial Award Winner - Yvette Jones

EMPTY PLATE CAMPAIGN SPONSORS

Please join us in thanking all of our amazing 2022 Empty Plate Luncheon Sponsors! We could not do it without them! Our sponsors help provide expensive and essential services such as Food, In Home Care, Emergency Services, Transportation, & Activities to Reduce Social Isolation. Their contributions have greatly helped older adults and people with disabilities in Central Virginia.

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DIAMOND SPONSORS

  • The Barrington Family Foundation

  • Gil Minor

  • River City Loves Kindness

SAPPHIRE SPONSORS

  • Eva Teig Hardy

  • Dominion Energy

  • Publix

  • Westminster Canterbury

RUBY SPONSORS

  • AARP Virginia

  • Anthem Health Keepers Plus

  • Brenda Henry

  • FeedMore

  • Susan & Eric Berge

PEARL SPONSORS

  • Fidelity Charitable

  • Bernard Henderson

  • Grail Inc.

  • Amy Strite

  • Alliance Group

  • Katherine Webb

  • I.T. 4 Causes

  • Union Branch Baptist Church

  • Dominion Service Company

  • PhRma

  • Woody & Nelsen Funeral Homes

  • United Healthcare

TABLE SPONSORS

  • Bremo Pharmacy

  • The County of Charles City

  • Lucy Corr Village

  • Pinnacle Living

  • Effectv

  • Virginia Healthcare Association

  • Amy Nisenson

  • Lakewood at Home

  • Project Homes

  • Banker’s Insurance

  • VCU Gerontology

  • The United Way of Richmond

  • Eldon James & Associates

  • The YMCA of Greater Richmond

  • The Regional Caucus on Aging

  • Towne Bank

  • Michelle Johnson

  • Tompson McMullan

  • Commonwealth Commercial

  • Bellatrix Consulting Group