The Lewinsville Center, an “intergenerational facility” with programs for the elderly and children, is now open in McLean.
The new center houses:
- The Lewinsville Senior Center: a program with a fitness room, tech access, and gathering places for adults 50 and over to take up new hobbies and socialize.
- Lewinsville Adult Day Health Care: a program designed for memory care, including a gated outdoor garden and fountain, an indoor walking path, library, health clinic and art room.
- Lewinsville Montessori School and Westgate Child Care Center: colorful play and learn spaces aimed at caring for young children.
The new center is built near The Fallstead, an 82-unit affordable senior living facility, which opened last October.
“The Lewinsville Center seeks to foster a strong sense of community through providing the supports, programs and services which allow individuals and families throughout the neighborhood to continue to contribute their talents and abilities through all of life’s stages,” according to Fairfax County’s Neighborhood and Community Services website.
Both the Lewinsville Center and The Fallstead aim to address a lack of senior living and senior care facilities throughout Fairfax County.
Images via Fairfax County
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