The Adult Services Department offers social and self-development programs and activities for adults of all ages. Subject areas include cultural activities, such as films, concerts, and lectures; Judaic programs, such as Hebrew and Yiddish language classes; outreach programming for adults 55+; and, social activities such as day trips and theatre outings.
Adult Services Corporate Partner
Home Care Assistance
The Adult Services Department is partially underwritten by the
Adler-Bennett Endowment Fund and the Lore Edidin Memorial Fund
Underwriting and sponsorship opportunities are available. For details, contact the JCCNV Development Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 703.537.3033.
Save the Date! Our Annual Positive Aging and Wellness Fair will be held on Sunday, October 22, 2017. The community is invited to attend the fair which comprises interactive and informative workshops promoting active aging through healthy lifestyles that may help you live longer, more independently, and more positively. The fair is geared for adults 50+. Click here for more information and registration details.
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The JCCNV is an official SeniorNavigator site, with computers available for accessing the SeniorNavigator network, a statewide, nonprofit website designed to address health and aging concerns and provide information about the approximately 19,000 local programs and services available to seniors, their families and caregivers.
Visitors to the SeniorNavigator website simply type in a keyword, along with their zip code, city, or county, to access services available right in their own neighborhoods.
The comprehensive service at www.seniornavigator.com lists sources for everything from where to get blood pressure screenings or flu shots to bone density tests or support groups to yoga classes. For more information, call Pam Wiener at 703.537.3061.
JOIN THE VOLUNTEER CORPS
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Are you looking for a truly enjoyable, enriching and rewarding experience? Join the J Volunteer Corps — there are so many ways to share your time and talents! Participate in the Mitzvah Corps’ monthly social-action projects, which are a great service to the community.
PERFORM A MITZVAH!
The J helps to feed the hungry every month at the Lamb Center in Fairfax. The first Tuesday of every month, members bring in casseroles which we deliver to the Lamb Center. If you are interested in helping out, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the Mitzvah list. There is no obligation to make a casserole every month, but if you are able to do so when convenient it would be a great help.
SOCIAL ACTION PROJECT: WE CONTINUE TO FEED THE HUNGRY
Food for Others needs canned and/or nonperishable foods. They especially need canned meats, chili, fruit, pastas, vegetables, and macaroni & cheese. If you are bringing something from your pantry, please check the expiration dates on all items. Remember to bring an item with you whenever you come to the J — let’s make sure that no one who lives in Northern Virginia goes to bed hungry! Thanks for your continued support.
Annual Used Book, CD and DVD Sale
Are you looking for a place to recycle your gently used adult and children’s books, CDs, DVDs, games and puzzles? Please consider donating them to be sold at our annual used book sale. Donations can be dropped off at the front desk at any time. We cannot accept any prayer books, religious books, or encyclopedia sets.
Volunteer Opportunity: We need volunteers to sort the books and work at the event. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Carla Rosenfeld.