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Senior Fall Prevention Campaign

ACoA Staff

Jon Haghayeghi, Ph.D., Executive Director
P.O. Box 110693
Juneau, AK 99811-0693

Martin (Marty) Lange,
Program Coordinator


Yasmin Radbod,
Rural Outreach Coordinator


Alaska Commission on Aging Contact Email:

350 Main St, Office 317
PO Box 110693
Juneau, AK 99811-0693
Fax: 907-465-1398

Alaska Commission on Aging

The mission of the Alaska Commission on Aging is to ensure the dignity and independence of all older Alaskans, and to assist them to lead useful and meaningful lives through planning, advocacy, education, and interagency cooperation.

Senior Snapshot

State Plan for Senior Services

Every four years, the Alaska Commission on Aging produces a plan which serves as a roadmap for addressing the issues affecting Alaskan Seniors. We are currently in the process of finalizing the plan for fiscal years 2024 – 2027.

Visit our State Plan for Senior Services page for more information on the process.

Commission Meetings

  • ACoA Quarterly Meeting - Valdez - In-person and online via Zoom
    • May 15th, 8:30am - 4:00pm | Online via Zoom
  • Past meetings
  • Search the

    Alaska Online Public Notices for ACoA meetings scheduled within the next 10 days.

How to Report Elder Abuse

  • Adult Protective Services (APS)
    Adult Protective Services helps to prevent or stop harm from occurring to vulnerable adults.
  • Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman
    Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman identifies, investigates and resolves complaints relating to seniors in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Complaints that seniors and their families have about nursing homes and assisted living facilities can be addressed to the

    Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman. They identify, investigate and resolve complaints throughout the State of Alaska. Contact them if you need assistance with an issue, or would like to become an LTCO volunteer.

Fall Prevention

Did you know that accidental falls are the number one cause of injury to Alaskans age 65 and older, often causing serious injury such as brain trauma or hip fracture?

Many falls can be prevented by making changes that lower your chances of falling.

Employment Programs for Seniors

COVID-19 Resources for Seniors & Elders