Alaska Commission on Aging 

Alaska Commission on Aging will meet Dec. 12


December 1, 2017

The Alaska Commission on Aging (ACoA) will hold its quarterly meeting Dec. 12 via videoconference and teleconference from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The videoconference sites for the quarterly meeting are:

Anchorage: Senior and Disabilities Services, 550 West 8th Ave., Room 143 (907-269-3666)

Fairbanks: Senior and Disabilities Services, 751 Old Richardson Hwy., Suite 100A (907-451-5045)

Juneau: Senior and Disabilities Services, 240 Main Street, 6th Floor Conference Room (907-465-3372)

Kodiak: Kodiak Public Library, 612 Egan Way (907-486-8688)

Group teleconference sites are available at:

Anchorage Senior Activity Center, 1300 East 19th Ave. (907-758-7823)

Fairbanks, North Star Council on Aging Senior Center, 1424 Moore Street (907-452-1735)

Ketchikan, Pioneer Home, 141 Bryant Street (907-225-4111)

Mat-Su Senior Services, 1132 South Chugach, Palmer (907-745-5454)

For people living outside of these communities, please call in using the toll-free number, 1-800-315-6338, pass code 53250#.

Public comment will be from 1:30 to 1:45 p.m. Please call or provide comment at one of the above sites.

Individuals who require special accommodations in order to participate should contact Lesley Thompson in advance at 907-465-4793.

Commission meetings include review and discussion of commission and committee business and projects and presentations by staff from organizations, agencies and offices involved with senior services, including: Alaska Housing Finance Corp. Senior Housing Program; Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority; Statewide Independent Living Council of Alaska; Long Term Care Ombudsman office; AgeNet; AARP, among others.

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