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Senior Citizens of Kodiak Inc. - Island Cove Adult Day Program
302 Erskine Avenue
Kodiak AK 99615
(907) 486-2203
Senior Citizens of Kodiak, Inc. is the FIRST nationally accredited senior center in the State of Alaska. Island Cove offers a safe, caring, active environment for seniors and adults with special needs. The program supports participant independence, maintaining and increasing skill levels, while enhancing their quality of life.
Salvation Army - Serendipity Adult Day Services
3350 East 20th Ave
Anchorage AK 99508
(907) 279-0501
The Salvation Army Serendipity Adult Day Services is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of adults with cognitive and functional impairments. Throughout the day, there are engaging activities including music, exercise, socializing, trivia, discussion groups, walking program, crafts and more which providing participants the opportunity to use their skills in meaningful occupations throughout the day. Our day program hours are 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday. However, participant schedules are arranged according to individual and family needs. A hot lunch and two snacks are provided under the direction of our registered dietician consultant. Individual nutritional needs will be accommodated if possible. We respect the dignity of our participants and provide them care and compassion. We are committed through our program of health, social and therapeutic activities to the independence and well-being of older persons, as well as to the provision of predictable respite for caregivers. We follow the philosophy of Person Centered Care which recognizes that individuals are not defined by disease or disability but by their uniqueness as human beings. We value each person's abilities and acknowledge their contributions. As such, the need for love, comfort, inclusion, identity, occupation and attachment are respected as universal needs throughout life. Activities are focused around the strengths and interests of the individual. Serendipity incorporates these universal needs into every day programming to ensure each guest has many successful interactions throughout their day.
Mat-Su Senior Services
1132 South Chugach Street
Palmer AK 99645
(907) 745-5454
The Valley’s first and longest operating Adult Day Service offers a healthy, safe, and supervised setting in which frail adults and adults with Alzheimers Disease or Related Disorders (ADRD), Developmental Disabilities, and/or brain injuries may partake in structured social, recreational, and therapeutic activities while providing support, information, and respite to their caregivers. An assessment to determine the appropriateness of the Program for the client is completed by an ADS nurse. Subsequently, a Plan of Service with input from the client, caregivers and family members is developed to include socialization, exercise, health monitoring and nutrition activities. A dedicated, caring staff is responsible for carrying out the centers program, but volunteers play an invaluable role in the maintenance of a quality program. They are involved in group activities and are vital in providing one-on-one attention.
Homer Senior Citizens Inc. (Friendship Terrace)
3935 Svedlund Street
Homer AK 99603
(907) 235-7655
This program began over fifteen years ago answering the need to help family members keep their loved ones in their home. This program relieves caregivers during the day so they may continue being an active part of our community. Adult Day Services focuses on providing activities and programs that help fulfill the physical, mental, social, and emotional needs of each participant.
Hearts and Hands Adult Day Services, Inc.
612 E. 14th Avenue
Anchorage AK 99501
(907) 644-0480
Caring for the elderly or disabled can be a daunting task. 24-hour, seven-day-a-week care often takes a heavy emotional and physical toll on even the most capable caregiver. At Hearts and Hands we understand this challenge, and we’re here to help. Since 1999 we have offered a unique style of respite/daycare to clients throughout the Anchorage and Mat-Su area. In addition to typical adult daycare activities such as group games, memory skills building, and light exercising, at Hearts & Hands we also provide many opportunities for recreational field trips. Clients are able to get out of the house for a change of scenery, socialization, and safe, supervised activities within the community. Meanwhile, and just as importantly, primary caregivers can take a break from their normal caretaking duties. It’s a win-win situation for everybody!
Greenwood Lodge Adult Day Care Services
8100 Greenwood Street
Anchorage AK 99518
(907) 868-5297
Greenwood Lodge offers Adult Day Care and Respite Care services. When caregivers take the time out to take care of themselves or attend to their business, they can feel comfortable that their loved ones will be cared for by our skilled and caring staff. Our Adult Day Care service gives caregivers a break from their care giving routine and benefits care recipients by providing a 4/8 hour day care program that promotes our participants optimal level of independence.
Fairbanks Resource Agency - Senior Services
117 Slater Drive
Fairbanks AK 99701
(907) 451-0389
Established in 1983, FRA Senior Services offers home and community-based services to adults with Alzheimer’s disease or age-related dementia, and seniors experiencing frail or disabling conditions. Our comprehensive range of services are designed for those who can no longer manage independently. At the same time, we offer supports to caregivers that include time-off from caregiving duties while knowing that their loved one or friend is receiving needed care services. Our goal is to maximize independence and allow seniors and older adults to remain in the comfort of their home for as long as possible while lessening the stress of caregiving. The Adult Day Center helps older adults and seniors to continue living at home with their family, spouse or caregiver by providing a nurturing, supervised haven during the day. At the same time, our program allows caregivers to work, attend other responsibilities or just have a break from caregiving. Every element of care is addressed for the individual’s comfort and the caregiver’s convenience.
Elderlink Adult Day Services, LLC
2207 E Tudor Rd., Ste. 34
Anchorage AK 99507
(907) 782-9521
Anchorage Adult Day Services LLC
360 Boniface Parkway, Boniface Plaza Suites B-7, 8, & 9
Anchorage AK 99504
(907) 868-4988
Day Break (Anc Community Mental Health Services)
9210 Jupiter Drive
Anchorage AK 99507
(907) 346-2234
Day Break adult Day Services was established in 1982 to serve persons with dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders (ADRD) in a social model adult day setting. Priority for enrollment is for those with some degree of dementia (impaired memory, orientation, judgment, etc.). Older adults who are socially isolated, need help during the day or are unsafe to be left alone are also eligible as space is available. The focus is to provide personalized care with the goal of enhancing quality of life for both the member and their family or caregivers. Activities are the foundation of the care we provide. Our staff design activities based on individual desires, needs and abilities with the outcome being day programming that provides care with a personal touch.
Nome Community Center Inc.
104 Division Street
Nome AK 99762
(907) 443-5238
Nome Community Center’s mission is to enhance the quality of life of the people of the Bering Straits Region through diverse programming serving elders, families and youth. XYZ DAY SERVICES: Located on the second floor of the XYZ Senior Center, elders are able find a homey atmosphere to spend their time. MSS provide the opportunity to partake in crafts, exercise, or outings with friends. Lunch is provided for individuals participating in the program.
Frontier Community Services - Adult Day Services
43335 K-Beach Road, #36
Soldotna AK 99669
(907) 262-6331
One of Frontier Community Services' (FCS) primary beliefs is that seniors and adults with physical disabilities are happier and healthier living in their own homes and being involved in their community. For most of us, choosing where we want to live is relatively easy. For many seniors who experience problems related to aging and for adults with a physical disability, this is a much more difficult task. The nature of the individual's problems can make it difficult for the individual to live independently in their own home and access community recreational and social activities. FCS provides a wide variety of services for folks who need help living in their home and accessing their community. Balancing caring for an elder or someone with a physical disability at home and working to pay the bills can be a real challenge. The person can't be safely left at home alone and being cooped up at home all day isn't good for her either. FCS runs the Forget-Me-Not adult day center. The center specializes in working with seniors who have Alzheimer's, but any adult who needs to can attend. It is open five days a week, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and folks can come as much or little as they would like. Forget-Me-Not also gives the people that attend an United Way opportunity to make friends and engage in activities designed to help them with their issues. Not only can family members go to work and have the person cared for, but you have the added bonus of being able to talk with trained staff that become very familiar with your loved one. This partnership between center staff and families really benefits everyone who attends Forget-Me-Not.
Catholic Community Services - Juneau Adult Day (The Bridge Adult Day Progra
1803 Glacier Hwy
Juneau AK 99801
(907) 463-6170
We are an Adult Day Program focused on providing cognitive stimulation and physical activity. All seniors are welcome to enjoy our comfortable, friendly, and safe environment. Our staff provides professional care meant to bring new energy and happiness to you and your loved one.
Chugiak Senior Citizens Inc
22424 N. Birchwood Lp.
Chugiak AK 99567
(907) 688-2691
Chugiak Senior Citizens, Inc. (CSCI), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was incorporated in 1975 for the purpose of fulfilling the Older Americans Act of 1965, for citizens 55 years or older living in the Chugiak-Eagle River area. CSCI serves as the Management Corporation for the Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center (CERSC), Chugiak Senior Housing, Inc. (CSHI) and related senior support programs. The organization is managed by an all-volunteer eleven-member Board of Directors elected by the membership. A community building built by local pioneers in the1940s served as the initial senior center. Situated on a 7-acre parcel of land purchased from another neighborhood non-profit organization, the Chugiak Benefit Association, the senior center quickly grew in response to the overwhelming community needs. Initially, the Center existed solely on community and member donations of cash and food. In 1976, a needs survey revealed that a large number of area seniors were not able to access health care or perform necessary functions due to the lack of transportation and assistance. Many were found to be isolated in the winter months. With the help of the Municipality of Anchorage and with grants from the State of Alaska and private donations, Chugiak-Eagle River Senior Center has grown to a facility that is over 100,000 sq ft and consistently meets the needs of seniors living in our service area and many of those seniors living in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley. We provide a variety of programs for residents and area seniors, including senior housing, an assisted living program, an adult day services program, a dining facility serving breakfast and lunch to residents and the public, Meals-on-Wheels to homebound seniors and disabled adults, activities, events, room rentals, exercise classes, art classes, bingo, computer lab for seniors, preventative health nurse and a visiting professionals program which rotates specialists in numerous fields to provide onsite services. Adult Day Service (ADS) is a structured, comprehensive, nonresidential program which provides a variety of health, social, and related support services in a protective setting. ADS provides services to adults who are physically frail and those suffering from Alzheimer disease and other dementias, as well as adults with brain injuries and individuals over eighteen years of age who face the challenges of a developmental disability.
Rendezvous Senior Day Services
2441 First Avenue
Ketchikan AK 99901
(907) 247-1961
Adult Day Center is for seniors and adults with disabilities who are able to maintain their personal independence and avoid or delay long term institutional care. Participant members often develop friendships and a "family feeling" at the Rendezvous, rather than the isolated or lonely life sometimes experienced by those who live alone or find getting out is difficult because of disability. We also have a wonderful view of the Ketchikan Tongass Narrows and the beautiful Alaskan mountains.
Mat-Su Senior Services (Big Lake)
10927 W. Big Lake Rd.
Wasilla AK 99623
(907) 745-5454
MSSS’s Adult Day Services program provides a safe, healthy environment for frail, elderly individuals, developmentally disabled adults, and persons with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia who are at risk of being left unsupervised during the day.
Orutsararmiut Native Council
127 Astaq St.
Bethel AK 99559
(907) 543-2608
The Orutsararmiut Native Council Mission Statement: To promote the general welfare, enchance independence, encourage self-sufficency/self-motivation, enhance the quality of life, preserve cultural and traditional values of the Tribe, and to exercise Tribal Authority over resources through, educational, economic and social development opportunities. With this mission statement in mind the ONC Council and its Administration is working to do its best job to serve its membership to the best of its ability. ONC’s goal is to provide services to the community of Bethel and the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta Region as a whole. The services provided are outlined in the PL 93-638, a law provided by the Federal Government to utilize Indian self determination by its membership. ONC has the ability and capacity to lead in numerous aspects of governance and it can lead other communities and influence them to become better governing organizations in their respective locations. The key to success is to network with people, agencies and other communities that impact our lives on a daily basis. We must learn and discern the activities and pull the best out of each situation and move forward to become a better community.
Northern Lighthouse Day Center
136 E. Redoubt
Soldotna AK 99669
(907) 398-2939
Northern Lighthouse is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was established in 2002. The organization’s assisted living home is located in the midtown area of Anchorage, AK, and its adult day care is in Soldotna, AK. We provide excellent care in a safe and loving environment that is based on Christian principles. We believe that we are servants in the residents’ home, and each person entering the premises is treated with hospitality, dignity, and respect. We view and treat each resident as a whole person who has physical, spiritual, emotional and psychological needs; and we believe that the last stages of life are just as important as the stages that came before them. Northern Lighthouse Day Center serves the senior population as well as adults 18 and over who experience disabilities.
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