• Welcome to SAAA!

    The Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging (SAAA) is a non profit organization that provides high quality services and opportunities that enhance the dignity and independence of seniors and promote their contributions to the community.

    Agency services are designed to assist older persons who wish to stay in their own homes, to provide information for seniors and their families, to protect individuals living in long term care residences, and to facilitate staying active and provide community service.

SAAA Celebrated Outstanding Volunteers at the Annual Senior Picnic held at the Clarke County Ruritan Building. Honorees were: SAAA- Tom Reed, Clarke ALC – Lisa Cooke, Winchester ALC – Vern Kesner, Frederick ALC – Vicki Lipton, Warren ALC – Dee Schools, Shenandoah ALC – Betty Bucher, Fort Valley ALC- Richard Gochenour, Page County ALC – Suzi Gavaza. Click here for the Media Release with full details.

  • Join SAAA in one or more of the many activities this month. Click on the links for Services and the Active Living Center (ALC) in your county to view the special activities and menu at each ALC. Check out Upcoming Events on the right for meetings including Board and Advisory Council. Also, be sure you scroll down to look at Top News and More SAAA News.
  • Walkathon!

    Join Us for the Eleventh Annual Generations Walkathon
    Benefiting the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging
    Saturday, September 13, 2014
    8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

    Hosted by Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury
    Sponsored by:
    Gold – Pending …
    Silver – James N. Edwards, SAAA Board Member, Clarke County
    Bronze – Stoneburner & Carter Insurance Agency, Violet Carter, SAAA Board Member, Warren County
    Trail Blazer – Bank of Clarke
    Click Here for Sponsorship Form
    Click Here for WalkerRegistration/Donation Form

  • Volunteer of the Year

    Catherine Galvin, Executive Director, presented the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging’s Volunteer of the Year Award to Tom Reed, pictured with his grandson Joey.

    The Frederick County Board of Supervisors appointed Tom Reed to the SAAA Board of Directors last July. Since then, he has enthusiastically embraced those responsibilities. He volunteered to serve on the Finance Committee because of his past employment managing a Community Credit Union.

    In addition to making committee and Board meetings a priority, he has visited several Active Living Centers and regularly volunteers to help with everything from serving meals to delivering Meals on Wheels in Winchester. He supports SAAA by participating in events, helping with fundraising, and telling others about the services SAAA provides.

  • Bowling Tournament

    Bowling Tournament Sponsors
    Lane Sponsor – American Legion Post 53
    Lane Sponsor – Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #33
    Prize Sponsor – Gander Mountain
    Prize Sponsor – Knotty Pine
    Prize Donor - Collins Cleaning and Landscaping

  • Insurance Counseling

    Call VICAP today to get help with your Medicare questions or to schedule a VICAP Speaker for your organization.

    Topics include “Important Things to Know about Your Medicare Choices,” “Part D – Prescription Coverage” & “Understanding Medicare – What’s Covered and What’s Not.”

    Phone: (540) 635-7141 Ext. 303

  • Contact Details

    Phone: (540) 635-7141
    Fax: (540) 636-7810
    Email: information@

    Location: Front Royal VA 22630

  • Upcoming Events

    - July 23: SAAA Advisory Council Meeting 2:30 p.m.
    - August 2: SAAA Bowlathon 2-5 p.m. at Royal Family Bowling Center in Front Royal conducted by Jenn Patton for SAAA
    - August 8: SAAA Board Meeting, 10 a.m.
    - September 13: Eleventh Annual Walkathon 8:30-11;30 at Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury

  • Ways to Give

    You can make a difference right now with your on-line donation.

    SAAA is honored to be a participant in the following combined campaigns:
    - Combined Federal Campaign # 33595
    - Combined Virginia Campaign # 6105

  • Scam Alert

    Residents of our area are receiving an e-mail that looks like it’s coming from the Post Office - USPS.com. It says their courier couldn’t make the delivery of a parcel to you on X date. It then prompts the person to print the label and show it to the nearest post office.

    All of the e-mails have a different subject line, but they all have something that says click to “make a shipping label.” This is a scam - do not click to make a shopping label.

  • Shenandoah University "Adult Years" Psychology Class & Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging: Spring 2014 "Adult Years and the Aging Process" class album, detailing our collaboration with the Winchester Active Living Center of the Shenandoah Area Agency on Aging. Narrated by Avicii.