501 12th Street, Lynchburg, Virginia 24504
Supporting Your Choice to Live Independently
The Lifetime Enrichment Programming offers a variety of programs geared to enhancing life circumstance through direct service or educational initiatives.
If you’re looking for an array of activities, companionship, mental stimulation, physical exercise, travel opportunities, and so much more, then the new Central Virginia Alliance for Community Living, Inc. Aging Well Adults program has it all. This program is for active adults and companions who are seeking to stay active, engaged and socially connected with others their own age.
Activities – The program offers a number of activities ongoing and periodic to include Healthy Hiking Club (two active levels), Chair Exercise Classes, Bridge Club and Mahjong Club. All activities are free to join and some may have minimal fees applied. Monthly notifications are provided for the activities and schedules.
Workshops – The program coordinates and offers free monthly workshops with an array of interesting topics and speakers. monthly.
Travel – The program coordinates ongoing periodic fun and exciting trips. Daytrips, overnight trips, and multiday trips are all coordinated based on opportunity and interest. All trips are fee-based, but coordinated with affordability in mind.
If you would like more information, please call Central Virginia Alliance for Community Living (CVACL) at (434) 385-9070, ext. 122 or e-mail Mary Taylor, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin receiving a monthly Aging Well Adults (AWA) Program newsletter which will keep you informed of all activities.
This eight-session curriculum supports individuals in identifying fall risks, addresses the fear of falling that many older adults experience; and supports individuals in improving balance. Falls are a major factor in the decline of mobility and function in older adults. As individuals age or are challenged with disabling conditions, they often limit their activities, which can result in physical weakness, making the risk of falling even greater. This program is designed to reduce the fear of falling, develop strategies to reduce the risk of falling and increase activity levels among older adults.
Medicare can be confusing. We can help.
Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program (VICAP) nationally known as SHIP, provides confidential, unbiased, personalized Medicare Counseling by trained and certified consultants to anyone receiving Medicare, regardless of age.
We can help you understand:
Our VICAP staff can help walk you through the enrollment process to ensure that you make the best Medicare decisions for you.
Every year CVACL helps people save thousands of dollars in prescription medication bills by simply reviewing Part D plans during fall open enrollment.
What Medicare recipients say about our services:
"I don't know how I would have ever figured out my Medicare choices without the help of VICAP. I have told ALL of my friends to visit them."
"The extra help I’m getting for my medicine has made all the difference…I can now buy my prescriptions AND groceries!"
More information about Medicare below:
Links to General Medicare Information
Learn more about Medicare
Find Medicare Participating Physicians
Medicare and Hospital Observation Care, what you should know
Medicare Coverage of Preventive Care Services, find out if your service is covered
Links to apply for Medicare A and B, Part D and Extra Help with Prescriptions
Apply for Medicare Online
Medicare forms: Part B Enrollment, Appeals, Claims
Enroll in Part D drug coverage here
Apply here for extra help with your medicine
Other Helpful tools
Medicare Drug Coverage Worksheet, organize your information before your annual Part D review —
Donut Hole Calculator, find out if you will enter the donut hole
Federal Poverty Guidelines
Health Exchange Marketplace, help for those without Medicare who need Health Insurance
Senior Medicare Fraud Patrol — Report Medicare Fraud
CVACL operates six Nutrition and Education Sites located throughout Central Virginia. At these Nutrition and Education Sites, individuals 60 and older meet two to three times a week for nutritious hot meals, wellness programs, and education related to healthy living and aging well. Individuals participate in assessment to be enrolled in the programming.
Programming is structured to support individuals in maintaining cognitive and physical function. Activities include age appropriate exercise, cognitive enhancing exercises, structured art sessions, music, nutritional and health related educational sessions, and health screenings. The program is instrumental in preventing malnutrition, isolation, and the complicating conditions resulting from these conditions. A critical component of the Nutrition and Education Sites is socialization. The social atmosphere encourages lively educational conversations, fosters life sharing experiences, and offers opportunities for friendships and camaradery.
Transportation to and from the Nutrition and Education Sites is available. Participating in this program may also give you access to weekly grocery shopping trips and other planned excursions.
Please call 434-385-9070 or email email@example.com to learn more and/or begin the assessment and enrollment process.
Lynne M. Burnham Center for Life Enrichment
103 Avoca Lane, Altavista VA 24517 434-309-9999
Operates Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00am-1:00pm
Serving Campbell county residents to include Altavista and Brookneal
Appomattox Nutrition and Education Site
220 Community Lane, Appomattox VA 24522 434-352-7820
Operates Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00am. – 1:00pm
Irene L. Lewis Campbell Café
New Vine Baptist Church
616 Old Rustburg Road, Lynchburg VA 24501 434-665-7034
Operates Tuesday and Friday 10:00am-1:00pm
Lynchburg Nutrition and Education Site
501 12th St., Suite A, Lynchburg VA 24504 434-385-9070
Operates Monday, Wednesday and Friday (first site) or Tuesday and Thursday (second site) 9:00 am-1:00pm
Moneta Nutrition and Education Site
Village Square Shopping Center
1050 Hendricks RD., Suite J, Moneta VA 24121 - 540-297-5028
Operates Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00am-1:00pm
Montvale Nutrition and Education Site
Old Montvale Elementary School
11575 W. Lynchburg-Salem Turnpike, Montvale, VA 24122 – 540-947-5818
Operates Monday and Friday 9:00am-1:00pm
More information on nutrition:
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Check your Calories with Calorie King
Fruits and Veggies More Matters
My Fitness Pal
Please call 434-385-9070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.