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The Virginia Division for the Aging within the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services has three advisory boards. Pursuant to Virginia Code § 2.2-2100, advisory boards provide advice and comment to an executive branch agency or office. An advisory board, commission or council serves as a formal liaison between the agency or office and the public to ensure that the agency or office understands public concerns and that the activities of the agency or office are communicated to the public. An advisory board, commission or council does not serve a regulatory or rule-making purpose. It may participate in the development of public policy by providing comment and advice.


Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission logo    Commonwealth Council on Aging logo    Virginia Public Guardian and Conservator Advisory Board logo

The advisory boards meet quarterly and all meetings are open to the public. All meetings will be held from 10 am to 2pm at the Virginia Division for the Aging, unless otherwise noted. View directions to VDA.

Upcoming Meetings can be found on the Commonwealth Calendar. You can search by date or by keyword.




Older Adult Financial Exploitation Presentation

Recognizing the need for protection of vulnerable adults, especially those with cognitive impairment, Chris Desimone, a lawyer and a member of the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission, organized a panel of experts that included a geriatrician and Virginia State Police Officer to raise public awareness of financial exploitation, the Crime of the 21st Century, at the Virginia Governor's Conference on Aging in May 2017. Goal three of the Dementia State Plan calls for training and includes the objective to provide dementia specific training to professional first responders, financial services personnel, and the legal profession, identifying financial exploitation as an essential topic.



Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Commission

Alz LogoThe purpose of the Commission is to assist people with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders and their caregivers.

The Commission also sponsors a website that is accessible to Virginia citizens who wish to learn more about the Commonwealth's commitment to those affected by Alzheimer's disease. This website contains information that can assist both family members and community service providers. It lists a series of free educational "webinars" on topics that impact persons dealing with the disease. The website is www.alzpossible.org.

Powers, Duties & Bylaws    Reports    Members

Meetings

You can find agendas and minutes from past meetings on our SharePoint site. You can also select a committee below to see just that committee's documents.

Commonwealth Council on Aging

CCoA LogoThe purpose of the Council is to promote an efficient, coordinated approach by state government to meeting the needs of older Virginians.

Best Practices Awards    Powers, Duties & Bylaws

Reports    Members



Meetings

You can find agendas and minutes from past meetings on our SharePoint site. You can also select a committee below to see just that committee's documents.






Virginia Public Guardian and Conservator Advisory Board

Guard LogoThe purpose of the Board is to advise the Commissioner and the local or regional programs that serve as public guardians.

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Meetings

You can find agendas and minutes from past meetings on our SharePoint site. You can also select a committee below to see just that committee's documents.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Virginia Division for the Aging
of the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services
1610 Forest Avenue, Suite 100, Henrico, VA 23229
Phone (local): (804) 662-9333, Toll Free 1-800-552-3402 (Nationwide)
If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use the free Va Relay telephone relay service by dialing 7-1-1.
FAX: (804) 662-9354
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