The Resource for Aging Well


Our Five Year Strategic Plan
Oct. 1, 2012 - Sept. 30, 2017
"Engaging our Communities
and Promoting Partnerships"
The Plan sets priorities and
provides a focus for the 
next five years
in three areas:
Visibility and Marketing
Programs and Services
Funding and Resources

“Empowering seniors to live with
dignity and choice”

“Seniors with improved quality of life.”
Click HERE to read the Plan.

Support Services for Older Adults
and Caregivers by designating
Senior Connections
for your contribution through the
United Way and
Combined Virginia
Campaign -
CVC Code 3877
We Appreciate Your Support! 

    Senior Connections, The Capital
Area Agency on Aging
is an
accredited charity member of
the Better Business Bureau











Welcome to Senior Connections!

Our Mission: "Empowering seniors to live with dignity and choice."
Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging 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. Click here to learn more about our Service Region.

Senior Connections is dedicated to helping seniors maintain quality of life and independence as they age. We place special emphasis on helping the frail and disadvantaged elderly who may be socially isolated and physically or economically at risk.

Senior Connections serves as an advocacy and education organization focusing on issues that impact current and future retirees.

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Upcoming Events - Click blue "i" button for a map
Come Together: Eliminating Social Isolation in Older Adults
MeadWestvaco Conference Center, Richmond, VA
United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg invites you to join us on Monday, August 10 from 8:3...
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Diabetes Workshops Series
8/11/2015 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Battery Park Christian Church Fellowship Hall, 4201 Brook Rd.
Co-sponsored by The Senior Center of Greater Richmond and the American Diabetes Association. Open to...
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The Greater Richmond Senior Safety Day
8/19/2015 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
First Baptist Church, Corner of Monument and the Boulevard
The day will be filled with resources on how to be a savvy and safe senior. You can meet with local ...
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ABCs Of Medicare
9/16/2015 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Imperial Plaza, 1717 Bellevue Avenue, Richmond, VA
The RVA Better Aging Forum will meet. Steve Jenkins, owner of Advanced Benefit Solutions LLC will di...
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Senior Connections
Area Plan Summary
June 2015

Greater Richmond
Age Wave Readiness
(Partnership Between VCU Dept.
of Gerontology & Senior Connections)

Age Wave
2015 Strategic Update

Senior Connections' Volunteer
Program announces exciting new
ways to get involved! We are
seeking volunteers for
the following positions:
Transit Trainer
Part D MIPPA Specialist.

CLICK here for more
details about the positions.
Volunteer Application

Join us for the 12th Annual
Empty Plate Luncheon
Wed., October 7, 2015
11:30 am to 1:00 pm
Trinity Family Life Center
3601 Dill Road
Richmond, VA 23222

What Is The
Empty Plate Luncheon?

Sponsorship Forms
For more information,

please call (804) 343-3023
or send an email to

Age Wave Strategic
Plan 2015

Commonwealth Council
On Aging Honors
Senior Connections'
"Faith to Fate" Initiative

Richmond Region Wins
Distinction As One Of
BEST Intergenerational
Communities for 2015

Computer Classes
For Older Adults

"Senior Connections on
Parade 1973 - 2013"

Click below to learn about our History
With Age Comes Change . . .
The Evolution of Senior Connections:
40 Years of Progress

2012 Annual Report