Alaska Commission on Aging meets in Tok

The Alaska Commission on Aging will meet September 10-13, in Tok for its Rural Outreach board meeting. The meeting will include visits to communities in the surrounding areas that serve elders.

The commission’s meeting is open to the public both in person and via teleconference at group host sites including the Anchorage Senior Activity Center, Homer Senior Center, Ketchikan Pioneer Home, Mat-Su Senior Services, Soldotna Senior Center and the Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center.

Meeting presentations will include reports from the Dept. of Health and Social Services Commissioner’s Office, Division of Senior and Disabilities Services, the Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman, the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, and the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Senior Housing Office.

Public comment is scheduled for Sept. 12 from 11 to 11:30 a.m., either in person or by teleconference (1-800-315-6338, access code 53250#).

People living outside of these communities are encouraged to call in using the toll-free number 1-800-315-6338, pass code 53250#. See the draft agenda posted on the Alaska Commission on Aging’s website at

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