News & Happenings

AHA Featured in Washington Post

At Home in Alexandria and the “Blazing Saddles” cycling group were featured in the Washington Post Health Section on May 9th in an article called “Don’t Call Me Old.” The article described the local “Villages,” like AHA, [read full article]

You’re Invited! AHA’s 6th Anniversary Party

At Home in Alexandria (AHA) invites the community to a festive anniversary event celebrating our six years of service to the Alexandria community. The anniversary party will be held on Thursday, May 25 from 2-4pm at the Cameron Club located at 200 Cameron Station Blvd in Alexandria. [read full article]

Spring2ACTion a Rousing Success

Hours before the midnight close of Alexandria’s annual giving day, Spring2ACTion, Executive Director Cele Garrett, looked up from her computer and announced, “I think we’ve made it!” And indeed we had. In fact, we exceeded our goal of $19,000 and raised $25,263 for AHA programs and services. [read full article]

Bill Clayton to receive Annie B. Rose Award

The Alexandria Commission on Aging’s Annie B. Rose Lifetime Achievement Award will be given this year to Bill Clayton for his immense contributions to both AHA and the greater Alexandria community. The award ceremony is on May 9 at 5:30pm at City Hall and the public is welcome. [read full article]

“A Prescription to Managing Your Health” Seminars Continue

AHA and Goodwin House at Home have partnered again this year for a series of interactive lectures on being a more well-informed consumer of health care. The programs will be held at Goodwin House Baileys Crossroads at 3440 S. [read full article]