Helping Elders Plan
Dependent Information Sheets
Helps elders express how they want to be treated should they be seriously ill and unable to speak for themselves.
- Aging with Dignity, source of the Five Wishes document.
Adult Communities Programs
New River Valley Programs for the Elderly and Disabled
Virginia Tech Wellness believes that only the family can decide what care is best for their loved ones. We do not recommend or endorse any particular care providers, and cannot vouch for the information they provide.
Adult Day Services Programs
- Virginia Tech's Adult Day Services Program
- Open Monday through Friday all year long.
- Location: 201 Wallace Hall
- Phone: 540-231-3161
- Giles County Adult Day Care
- Handicapped-accessible van will provide daily transportation (small fee).
- Location: 701 Wenonah Avenue, Pearisburg, Virginia 24134
- Phone: 540-921-3024
- Open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Services such as homebound meals, congregate meals, in-home care, respite care, transportation, care coordination, legal assistance, insurance counseling, 540-980-7720, 866-260-4417 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Non-emergency medical transportation to NRV residents who do not drive, or have access to a driver or public transportation - regardless of age or income. Includes wheelchair accessible vehicles. Will transport to medical, dental and vision appointments, pharmacy pick-ups, hospital outpatient services and more. Nominal fee based on income; coordinated by volunteers. 540-980-0754 or 540-980-8906.
Attention Senior Scholars
Virginia Tech is offering a positive addition to the lives of our citizens by offering "senior college classes" locally. This program is designed for people 50 and older. The series consists of local people giving presentations on their areas of expertise. Many of the presenters are Virginia Tech retirees and faculty, but future instructors will not be limited to that demographic.