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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

Mary Leaf
Program Manager for Charlottesville Day Support Program

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

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