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As we move through the seasons of our lives, JABA offers assistance for each of us to age where we choose and how we choose. JABA's services provide a continuum of caring to support an individual's continuum of living. Aging brings questions. JABA has answers. Call 434-817-5222.

Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment ends January 31, 2017. Free counseling available. Call 434-817-5248 to schedule an appointment. 

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Nelson County Times, December 28, 2016 — For years, the Jefferson Area Board on Aging has aimed to serve the community in multiple ways, including through the intergenerational Friends in School Helping program. Only recently, however, has the FISH program taken off in Nelson County. Starting......read more
Daily Progress, December 31, 2016 — Dr. Richard Lindsay’s medical training started when he was a youngster, often with servings of milk and cookies. In later years, his medical education escalated to dealing with sobering situations such as ghastly subway accidents in New York City and......read more
JABA is halfway there. The Jefferson Area Board for Aging is 41, so we are halfway to the average lifespan of an individual. The census statistics suggest that our area is growing faster than the national average in the 65 and older/better category. By 2020, our region will have 20 percent of the......read more
On Monday, December 19, 2016, JABA’s Nelson County Community Senior Center was officially renamed the Cecilia Epps Community Senior Center — after a remarkable woman you’ll learn about by watching this short video — at a wonderful ceremony attended by Cecilia’s family......read more
After a career in human resources, first with GE and then Genworth Financial, Marian Quigley stumbled into volunteering. Five years ago, at an appointment for free insurance counseling at JABA, she was struck by how helpful and kind the volunteers there were. “I’d never volunteered......read more
Charlottesville resident Patricia McCullough has a dream to take a train trip back to Detroit, where she lived for 50 years with her now deceased husband, but it’s been a dream deferred for years. McCullough, 73, has a walking and balance disorder and uses a walker to get around. “I......read more

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