Alaska State Plan for Senior Services

State Plan for Senior Services, FY2024 - FY2027

The State Plan for Senior Services is a project that impacts the lives of all Senior Alaskans. For that reason, there are several phases which must be realized to receive input from Seniors and Senior service providers. Several government agencies are involved, as well as organizations from the private and non-profit sector. When completed, it is made available for public comment before being finalized and implemented.

We appreciate the valuable feedback we have received from the public regarding the Alaska State Plan for Senior Services. These comments play a crucial role in shaping our strategy and ensuring its alignment with the needs and aspirations of our senior population.

We want to emphasize our commitment to maintaining an open and participatory approach throughout the implementation of the plan. As we move forward, we will continue to encourage public engagement and welcome ongoing comments and suggestions from individuals and organizations. By fostering this continuous dialogue, we can adapt and refine our initiatives to better address the evolving needs of our senior community.

State Plan for Senior Services, FY2024 - FY2027

State Plan for Senior Services, FY2020 - FY2023

State Plan For Senior Services, FY2016 - FY2019

FY2016-FY2019 Funding Formula

The Department of Health proposed the adoption of changes to the funding formula of the Alaska State Plan for Senior Services, FY2016-2019.

Alaska's Roadmap to Address Alzheimer's Disease

State Plan for Senior Services, FY 2012 – FY 2015

The State Plan is required by the U.S. Administration on Aging in order for Alaska to be eligible for receipt of Older Americans Act funds. OAA funds help pay for senior meals, rides, information and referral, and numerous other support services for Alaska seniors. The plan contains a core section describing Alaska’s Older Americans Act programs as well as numerous appendices focusing on the demographics of Alaska seniors, a senior needs assessment, State of Alaska programs for seniors, required assurances, a statewide plan for Alaska’s ADRCs (Aging & Disability Resource Centers), and other material.

State Plan for Services for FY08-FY11

The Alaska Commission on Aging has worked with multiple partners to develop a new State Plan for Services for FY08-FY11. The plan describes how the Department of Health & Social Services will use federal and state funds for senior services throughout Alaska.

The final Alaska State Plan for Services FY08-FY11 is available for download or to view. The public review and comments from the draft hearings across the state are incuded as Section E at the end of the plan.

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State Plan for FY08-FY11