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Old Dominion Home Care owners and siblings Susan Augst Roll and Kenny Augst are lifelong residents of Northern Virginia. It is important to them that their company play a strong roll in connecting with the Northern Virginia community. ODHC stays active and involved locally to better serve our community; we support organizations which help seniors. Our team participates in local fundraisers and events as well as in educational trainings to keep us at our best.

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Celebrating the holidays and our terrific caregivers we gathered this December.

In-services are a great blend of important education, connection, prizes, food and fun!

Each month ODHC nurses take blood pressure readings for the Virginia Hospital Center Mall Walking group.

ODHC, with Vitas HeathCare , was proud to honor veterans and their families at Aarondale Assisted Living in Springfield.

Serving Our Community

An Evening In December
Floris United Methodist Church
All Proceeds Benefited Helping Children Worldwide; every year the programs of Helping Children Worldwide improve the lives of more than 10,000 people in Sierra Leone

Three cheers for Leticia as she completes the Parkinson’s Moving Day walk.

Old Dominion Home Care’s own Community Liason, Alexandra Johnson, hanging out with Senior Services of Alexandria’s Executive Director Mary Lee Anderson. We were proud to sponsor this wonderful event!

We had a wonderful night at the Senior Services of Alexandria Generation to Generation Gala.
ODHC sponsored Mile .5 marker on the Parkinson’s Moving Day; it was a beautiful day!
Owners, Kenny and  Sue with Community Liaison, Alexandra supporting the INOVA hospital vendor fair.
Geoff, Alexandra and Nat at the Alzheimer’s Walk.
Kenny and his daughter Katy.
ODHC owners Sue and Kenny with their parents at the Parkinson’s Moving Day.
ODHC caregivers were on hand at the Parkinson’s Symposium at help attendees.

2015 Alzheimer’s Walk in Reston, VA.

2015 “Walk off Parkinson’s” event with the Old Dominion Home Care team!

Learning and Growing

We toured the fabulous new Insight Memory Care Center facilities.

Alexandra enjoyed meeting Dr. Michael Byas Smith of the Capital Caring Adler Center for Pain and Palliative Care.
A recent In-Service Training we had with VITAS Healthcare. The representatives, Jerald Roberts and Lyndsay Schumaker, presented “Guidelines for Appropriateness of Hospice” for the ODHC team.

Enjoying Time Together

Holiday Party 2015

Talaya and Kenny sending good wishes for health.
Kenny and Sue, enjoying the holiday season with their caregivers!
A team that gets its kicks together, sticks together – the office team enjoyed an afternoon of bowling.
This dynamic duo works and plays together well!
Morgan and Mari are all smiles.
Diane had great holiday spirit!

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