Address

567 Mount Salem Avenue
Washington, VA 22747

(located in the Old Washington Schoolhouse)

Mailing Address:

PO Box 193

Washington, VA 22747

Contact Us

info@rappathome.org

540-937-HOME (4663)

www.rappathome.org

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday, 10 am - 5 pm
Friday,  10 am - 2 pm

 

Please call first as we are sometimes out at appointments

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Social Activities

Staying socially active and engaged is important to good mental and physical health. Rapp at Home offers a variety of stimulating, member-run activities to help you connect with your neighbors and make new friends, continue learning through interesting speakers and trips to local venues, and keep involved in our Rappahannock Community. We also encourage members to stay fit and healthy with fun hikes, exercise classes and health awareness training such as CPR and response to health emergencies.

To see a list of activities for this month, Click Here.

Some of our activities include:

  • Weekly “Life Stories” discussion groups to share personal stories

  • Trips to local homes and other venues of interest

  • Speakers on wide-ranging issues, such as caring for your pets, gardening, Middle Eastern textiles, Medicare and Medicaid – you name it!

  • Monthly “Conversations on Aging” on various topics led by a trained therapist

  • Monthly Book Club

  • Monthly Writing tutorial for those interested in improving their skills

  • Happy Hours

We also have a variety of other activities such as:

  • Holiday parties and participation in local community events such as 4th of July and Christmas in Little Washington

  • “How to” sessions on painting, music, etc.

  • Dances, golf tournaments and other special events

Health and Fitness Benefits

In addition to staying socially engaged, we encourage members to stay fit and healthy with activities such as:

  • Speakers and workshops on exercise and fitness, fall prevention, maintaining our balance as we age, etc.

  • CPR training, and information on health emergencies such as strokes, and what happens when you call 911

  • Hikes, dances and exercise classes