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Lutheran Family Services of Virginia > Day Support

Day Support gives adults with disabilities activity-based, skill-building experiences

Daytime activities are available to individuals with intellectual disabilities or developmental disabilities who are 18 years or older. Skill-building activities are provided in areas such as self, social and environmental awareness, sensory stimulation, fine and gross motor skills, personal care skill, communication, learning, problem-solving, and community-living skills.

Functional Skill Building:

  • Self-Awareness
  • Social Awareness
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Personal Care Problem Solving
  • Behavior Adaptation
  • Community Safety
  • Communication Critical Thinking
  • Sensory Stimulation
  • Peer Interaction

Other Services:

  • Behavioral Support

For more information, please email one of the following contacts:

Dave Wampler
Assistant Director

Melissa Elliott
Program Manager for Roanoke Day Support Program

Christopher “Wade” Viar
Program Manager for Lynchburg Day Support Program

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